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Gardens of Illusion by Sara Maitland
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Jul 11, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: garden-horticulture, non-fiction

A very brief look at a garden's inclusion of whimsy, art, and contemplation as central themes or secondary comments as from the stage chorus so that people can have fun. This includes the use of follys, real ruins, 'spontaneous' art and the planned amid plantings aimed at pleasing and amusing.

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