John Parkinson , Paradisi in sole paradisus terrestris, London 1629 - this is a famous early book on horticulture and also made celebrated Parkinson's own garden in Long Acre which provided many of the observations and suggestions in the book. He was apothecary to James I and died in 1650.
Expulsion from the Garden", from Edward Burne-Jones, The
Beginnings of the World, Chiswick Press 1902. The drawings were
originally intended for an edition of a Biblia Innocentium abandoned after
Morris death in 1896. The wilderness outside the garden walls, and the
sense of loss is at the heart of much garden design.