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Tree Root Land Art

Roots and all the goings-on underground are that part of the garden that you generally can’t see and whose fascinating structures we rarely visually appreciate.  Hence the reason I love this installation so much.  Its fanciful and interesting to look at but also a subtle reminder that gardens always hold much more than the eye can readily see.

tree root land sculping land art

I have totally lost track of where this image originated or if I ever even know who the designer was so if you know, please share so due credit can be awarded.

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  1. Wells Rawls says:

    Great Post. I did something like this recently but completely missed the opportunity to mimic roots! I’m such a moron. What a great idea. My land art was purely abstract in nature. I call it green amoeba shape.

  2. Laguna Dirt says:

    that is soooo cooool wish i knew the artist, but sure enjoy her or his work!!

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