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List of garden types

 

List of garden types

A wide range of garden types exists. Below is a list of examples.

Contents

  • By country of origin 1
  • By historical empire 2
  • In religion 3
  • Other 4
  • See also 5
  • External links 6

By country of origin

The Orangerie in the Gardens of Versailles with the Pièce d’Eau des Suisses in the background (French formal garden)
Stourhead (1741-80) (English garden)
Jardín del Generalife de Granada (Spanish garden)
Reflection of the Bagh-e Narenjestan (orange garden) and the Khaneh Ghavam (Ghavam house) at Shiraz, Iran (Persian garden)
The Yuyuan Garden in Shanghai, China (created in 1559) shows all the elements of a classical Chinese garden – water, architecture, vegetation, and rocks
Ryoan-ji (late 15th century) in Kyoto, Japan, the most famous example of a Zen rock garden
Labyrinth maze of Barvaux, Durbuy, Belgium
Roof garden on the top deck of a multi-storey car park, Edgedale Neighbourhood, Punggol, Singapore

By historical empire

In religion

Other

See also

External links

  • Historic garden types
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