hahaha love the elephants...I actually have a little one next to my letterbox in the shape of our dog :) absolute truth!!!! my dad made it for me.
The light may not be perfect... but PvE~ wouldn't that last make the most perfect little studio?To go with my traditional cape- I would want star topiaries on each side of my front door entry.
I love the elephants.....how much fun are those! Thanks for sharing these, going to look at my boxwood now and see the possibilities. XO
ji-show me your dog topiary, please!pveD-bra-oh yes, I want that to be my studio....well actually, I need tons of light and an open spaceand topiaries shaped like happy dancing children..pveSande-I thought your topiary would be an elegantly wrapped gift?pve
Green elephants! That would be the lawn of my dreams.
These are great! I don't know what I'd pick. Maybe my dog with a big "beware of Yorkie" sign.
I would have horses and dogs playing. The elephants are simply divine.
I would like two giraffes: one adult and its calf(?). I adore giraffes!
good question. the elephants are pretty fantastic, but i'd probably like something that wasn't at first what it seemed....like maybe a group of big oak trees or weeping willows. trunk and all that were topiaries would be just the right amount of whimsy.
I've given up on topiaries and would settle for someone—someone else—to keep my various yew hedges well trimmed! Having said that I'd like to have a topiary house as a true garden room. I've seen pictures of these. Amazing. Of course at 60, I might need a life extension to see this come of age!
There's a house here in Maryland that has a whole fox-hunting scene in topiary. Also some waves with swans a-swimming, and windows cut into the hedges with swagging on top. WAY cool!
the elephants are great .. but i would choose the 3rd picture! I dunno why i like that!
To live with day after day, I would choose classic rounds and geometrics for my topiaries. The one exception would be a well detailed Eiffel Tower shaped shrub, just as big and obvious as you please!
it's hard to 'top' the elephants ~ they are too great!mmm, wonder if a topiary of a feather would work ...pg xo
Hearts!! I love topiaries, always kill them though. Have a great Monday.
Those elephants are fantastic!
I gotta say...I love the elephants! Although a topiary that looks like Taye Diggs would be nice...
These are great !! ok - a little over the top, but totally fun. And elephants bring good fortune!
Wow how sweet are those elephants. My sister just got back from Africa and made sure to fill her camera with elephants pics just for me!
what an imaginative entry-- I myself would love bocca dell'inferno.
When my daughter was little on the way to her sitter's every day we passed shrubs sheared into elephants their trunks and tails connected.... whimsical and magical. I think I would love one that could actually be used for our backyard feathered friends. So a birdhouse would be cool.
that's so funny that you should post this today! this weekend my husband i were talking about putting a 6' giraffe topiary in the courtyard outside our baby's nursery. i'm kind of obsessed now.
Love, love, love topiaries. Any shape, any form. the more whimsical the better!
Those elephant topiaries are ahhhmazzzing...tucking this photo away fro future reference! XXOO
The elephants would be perfect! Have you ever been to the topiary garden called Green Animals?? It's in Rhode Island, not too far from Newport. A magical, magical place!!
great toperiay post, love topiaries!!! best to youkate
wow, those are some serious topiaries
those elephant shrubs are unreal!
I love elephants so much. That is fantastic! I couldn't do better than that.
A Bill Watterson (of Calvin and Hobbs fame) snowman house of horrors topiary, hidden around a corner somewhere as a surprise might be fun. I love Calvin's crazy snowmen!
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