Friday, 8 August 2014

Topiary and Mazes

What is a Gothic mansion without topiary or a maze?


Creepy topiary garden in The Wolfman (2010)










20 comments:

  1. *dreamy sigh* Love topiaries and mazes! Now all I need is the Gothic mansion to put 'em in!

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  2. I'm always fascinated by these! It must take a special type of plant for them to cut it this way.

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    1. Yes I think there are probably particular trees they use! Imagine trimming them too!

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  3. Aaaw, my dream garden...*.*
    The only flaw is that I hate gardening...and I will probably never have the money for a little cottage or mini castle with a garden big enough to plant amaze and fun trimmed topiary...:/

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    1. Ha ha, I don't think I would have the skill to trim them, there would have to be a gardener!

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  4. What fun to roam through this all day and dream! Life needs more ART! xoDebi

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  5. Beautiful, but creepy, yes. I would not be ok with a garden like that - I would have nightmares. Those thingies would haunt me! xD

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    1. They can be spooky- Green Noah in The Children of Green Knowe always scared me!

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  6. I love topiary but mazes kind of freak me out. Too many horror movies, I guess!

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    1. Maybe! The maze in Anastasia was scary and I think there was one in The Shining too!

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  7. The Wolfman! Ok, I'm all over that ;) looks amazing!

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    1. It was a pretty gorgeous movie, a good redo, I think!

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  8. Lovely photos! I like a mix of topiarys and free grown bushes.

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    1. Ah yes, if I just have the money one day!

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  9. I love this post! These creations are amazing!

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