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Succulents and More: Serendipity in the jungle: Marcia Donahue’s art garden

the artist used fishing wire to suspend the twigs

Gravity-Defying Land Art by Cornelia Konrads German artist Cornelia Konrads creates mind-bending site-specific installations in public spaces, sculpture parks and private gardens around the world.

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Serendipity in the jungle: Marcia Donahue’s art garden

I built this meandering stacked stone wall with stones from a local quarry. Behind it I planted TImber Bamboo, Cordyline, Coleus, Potato Vine and Moraea and accented with a stone Geisha bird feeder. In a few short months the plants had completely obscured the wall behind them and today, several years after the installation the Bamboo has soared to a commanding 65 feet and shades most of this lush desert oasis. Garden Design and photo by Tom Clark for inandoutbydesign.com

I built this meandering stacked stone wall with stones from a local quarry. Behind it I planted TImber Bamboo, Cordyline, Coleus, Potato Vine and Moraea and accented with a stone Geisha bird feeder. In a few short months the plants had completely obscured the wall behind them and today, several years after the installation the Bamboo has soared to a commanding 65 feet and shades most of this lush desert oasis. Garden Design and photo by Tom Clark for inandoutbydesign.com

brugmansia (charles grimaldi??

brugmansia (charles grimaldi??

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Succulents and More: Serendipity in the jungle: Marcia Donahue’s art garden

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Serendipity in the jungle: Marcia Donahue’s art garden

Lilipily Spirit

Lilipily Spirit

A meandering flagstone pathway connected various areas of the garden. My client and I created the pathways together and tucked creeping plants into some of the cracks.

A meandering flagstone pathway connected various areas of the garden. My client and I created the pathways together and tucked creeping plants into some of the cracks.

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