Topiary

If you are passionate about topiary then you know what it is. For those that are curious about this lifestyle and hobby please read further and discover the wonderful world of topiary. According to wikipedia topiary is defined as

“Topiary is the horticultural practice of training live perennial plants by clipping the foliage and twigs of trees, shrubs and subshrubs to develop and maintain clearly defined shapes,[2] whether geometric or fanciful. The term also refers to plants which have been shaped in this way. As an art form it is a type of living sculpture. The word derives from the Latin word for an ornamental landscape gardener, topiarius, a creator of topiaor “places”, a Greek word that Romans also applied to fictive indoor landscapes executed in fresco.” At topiary.com we are committed to bringing you the newest trends and best articles about topiary and all the wonderful things that it has to offer.

 

 

Topiary has been popular for hundreds of years among aristocrats that wanted to decorate their castles and mansions with the most beautiful sculptures of trees, shrubs, statues, and anything that can be shaped into a recognizable piece. We love to landscape and make new creations from greenery and will bring our passion to you from all over the world. We will explore new techniques to help you build simple topiary boundaries for your yard with hedges or trees. We will look at ways that people used topiary to decorate and protect their property through the years. We will examine the history of far east and renaissance topiary which is still going strong. If you want to find out all the secrets of the experts you have come to the right place. We will share the most amazing topiary gardens from around the world and throughout history.


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