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   xoxoxoBruce  Sunday Jun 1 01:34 AM

June 1st, 2014: Mosaiculture

Mosaic what? Mosiculture.

The horticultural art of creating giant topiary-like sculptures using thousands of annual bedding plants to carpet steel armature forms – is the creative genius of International Mosaiculture of Montreal.
You've probably seen pictures of the beautiful creations the did in Montreal last year.

Well this year they're doing up the Atlanta Botanical Gardens.
The exhibit features 28 giant topiary-like sculptures ranging up to 25 ft tall (7.62 m) and 20 ft wide (6 m) and contain nearly 200,000 plants. The largest, the 25-foot-tall Earth Goddess, is stuffed with 40,000 annuals and has become a permanent living sculpture in the Garden’s collection.

................. Beautiful job guys, tha... Wait... WTF... is that a duck face... ohferchristsake, I'm outta here.

SPUCK  Sunday Jun 1 05:56 AM

LOL yeah.. Cool otherwise. Hand waterfall is nice too.

Griff  Sunday Jun 1 06:50 AM

A permanent sculpture of annuals? I wonder who has the contract for plant replacement? Well played.

Gravdigr  Sunday Jun 1 01:22 PM

Originally Posted by xoxoxoBruce View Post
... is that a duck face...

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