Today in Gardening Saturdays: garden sculptures, shrubs with sculpture like shapes, and some landscaping design in urban walls and in pedestrian paths.
If you want to add that last detail in your garden that would make the design perfect you might want to consider a garden sculpture. A good garden sculpture will not only add that last touch but will make your garden look completely different.
A good garden sculpture is that little finishing touch that will create a different look in any garden and the shape and type of sculpture as well as the placement is very important. This article will show some modern sculpture designs as well as placement tips to get the best results.
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You don’t need a sculpture if you find that expensive or maybe difficult to add to your design. Many people use shrubs to get that sculptural touch in their garden. Shrubs thanks to many shapes they can have both naturally or through pruning can add that sculptural effect in your gardening. And this article focuses in shrubs with a vase form.
The article lists several shrubs that naturally will develop into a vase form creating a nice visual effect such as Fountain butterfly bush and Japanese aucuba and it provides their characteristics as well. It’s a very interesting article with great suggestions. Go to there to read more and see all the photos.
There are lots of types of graffitis on walls around cities. Some are more pleasant than others. And some are so well thought and planned that many people would have a hard time calling them graffitis. This is one of the cases as you can see in the photo above. This article is dedicated to a very special type of graffiti: moss graffiti.
This article is dedicated to the very environmentally friendly moss graffiti. It provides the “recipe” to be able to do it yourself (it’s actually much easier than you would think) and shows you some of the best examples and designs. It gives you as well some additional resources if you feel like trying though we do not recommend you doing outside of your own property.
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And our last article of today is an artistic gardening installation in the city of Jaujac, France by the Marseille-based artist Gaëlle Villedary. The idea for the project was trying to connect the city inhabitants with its surroundings and nature of course. It uses grass rollers to create the green path you can see above, and it runs through all the village reaching the centre.
It’s a great project in our opinion, and it makes the place look fantastic. It’s a fantastic way of remembering that there is more around us than bricks and cement and may entice us to spend a little more time outside and closer to nature.
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