Topiaries - definition of topiaries by The Free Dictionary

The topiaries changed color in sync with Christmas carols to create the impression of "choreographed" dance routines. The New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC) has been deluged with requests from individuals, offices, schools and colleges to set up topiaries of the CWG mascot in their gardens.

In partnership with the Greater North Michigan Avenue Association (GNMAA) and Leo Burnett, 24 bulbs - the spiral-shaped, energy-saving ones - will grace the garden beds of Michigan Avenue.

Most of the book is an encyclopedic list of more than 150 garden-design features including bridges, courtyards, fences, and ground cover, and whimsical elements such as mirrors, labyrinths, topiaries, Fell explains the differences among English, French, Italian, and Japanese gardens and provides insightful commentary on selecting the best design elements, planting, and maintaining year-round interest Firefly, 2006, 224 p.

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