Excerpt from Sea-Coast Gardens
Elm, Oak, and Ash. None of them grow so straightly or luxuriantly as they would inland, but While in leaf look wonderfully green and cheerful. The time of foliage is short, however, and must be made the most of. 'garden, copse, and meadow melt i... nto each other, and a sunk path through field to cliff leads us to the steps that take us to the sea. In summer-time both path and fields are ankle-deep in wild ¿owers.
The trees being bare for the greater part of the year, they cannot be depended upon alone for screening. It is our banks that are our stronghold.
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