Horticulture

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138 Archival description results for Horticulture

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Barclay Street (between Jervis and Broughton)

Item is a photograph on an album page, annotated with "Another case of boulevarding common to the whole City and especially to the West End. Note the close planting of the heavy forest type of maple on the right, which act as a shroud to the houses fronting thereon, and the three straggling trees on the left."

Comox Street (between Burrard and Thurlow)

Item is a photograph on an album page, annotated with "This is one of the worst examples of boulevard planting. It shows both inner and outer planting on the left side, while on the right it will be noted that the outer boulevard is planted in one section of the block and inner planting on the other section. The trees on the left (heavy forest maples) average ten to twelve feet spacing."

Georgia Street

Item is a photograph on an album page, annotated with "Regrading of the boulevard a few years ago left these forest maples 'high and dry' with roots exposed, as this picture illustrates, constituting an unsightly appearance. The life of the trees will be greatly shortened as a result, some already having dies. In this instance note the effect this tree, when in full leaf, will have upon the street lighting at night."

Georgia Street

Item is a photograph on an album page, annotated with "The heavy type of elm is unsuitable for boulevards. In this instance (St. Julien Apartments) these trees have always to be kept heavily pruned, otherwise the lower suites are debarred from light and air. Note the size of the tree in its natural state."

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