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topiary

of, relating to, or characterized by the trimming or training of trees or bushes into artificial decorative animal, geometric, or other shapes
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A good topiary specimen requires a good pair of hedge clippers and shears.
Using low power glue gun, attach rosettes and a few hydrangeas side by side to cover the topiary form.
SHAPE A SPHERE TO make a topiary sphere, stand above the plant and clip a broad band around its waist.
During the episode, she charts the rise and fall of topiary from Elizabethan times to the present day, and meets a topiary-obsessed woman in Kent who has transformed her garden using amazing creations.
Potted topiary can add emphasis to a garden design, for example, placing uniformly clipped globes along the edge of a path.
Some, like Topiary - who turned out to be Jake Davis, an outwardly polite 19-year-old from a sheep-farming community on the remote Shetland Island called Yell, who was arrested in 2011 - were in it for random pranks and taunting laughs.
The japanese have taken topiary to a new level with techniques like cloud pruning to create a romantic aged silhouettes from evergreens.
There are lots of visual jokes for readers to discover, like the real rabbits chewing on a gigantic topiary carrot.
The spoof said Murdoch's body had been found in his 'famous topiary garden'.
Although topiary has been around for centuries, the look is surprisingly modern.
With character topiary, you're trying to fill the base frame.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-March 23, 2011--AM Best puts on "developing" review Topiary Capital's "bb+" debt rating(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.