"However, I got through that, and sowed my seed in two large flat pieces of ground, as near my house as I could find them to my mind, and fenced them in with a good hedge,..."
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As Crusoe attempts to survive in the wild, his methods become increasingly sophisticated. He begins to grow crops, tilling a field and surrounding it with hedges. Through this work Crusoe creates a sort of garden, an ancient symbol for the middle ground between nature and culture. The act of creating a garden allows Crusoe to bring some measure of order to the chaos of the island wilderness.