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Daily Garden: Lake Forest Park Glass Garden

2/26/2010

textural plants and glass garden sculpture

I am not typically a big fan of things like this (that is baubles shoved in with the plants) but this combo of textural plants and glass sculpture so nicely and interestingly elevate each other that I am perhaps reconsidering…at least for this one instance.

Picture was taken by jchants on the Lake Forest Park Secret Gardens Tour.

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  1. Jacqui says:

    I see what you mean, but on the other hand the combination of vertical elements and acid colors among those sweeping, mellow plantings is jarring to me.

  2. private says:

    I love the glass – especially the plant-like form. But the photo is already busy – many colors and forms jammed together, without organizing lines or repetition. I would love them more in a patch of gold and red heuchera or coleus, tucked along a side yard to make you look. It is a small scale focal point, and needs a smaller frame.

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