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Topiary Forms (Frames) Ideas...

Posted by Meadow_Lark 7 (NE Alabama) (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 7, 05 at 8:35

Hello all!

Ive been lurking in this forum for a while. Im brand new to topiaries (but not to Garden Web). I have just purchased two topiary forms: 1. a Victorian shoe (about 2 feet long) and 2. a swan

I have been trying to make my own forms for a while, but Ive not really been successful. If anyone has any websites or books they can recommend, Id appreciate it.

During my searches, I can across the following site:

If you scroll down, it offers several ideas on all kinds of forms (frames) for those of you that want to "give it a go".

Many thanks Meadow Lark

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RE: Topiary Forms (Frames) Ideas...

I suggest The Complete Book of Topiary. It's a neat book with lots of 'projects' with detailed instructions for many sizes and shapes and various types of plants you can use. I re-read the book (because it's fun) about once a year.


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