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Google previewCrime and Nature (2006)

by Marcus Felson

A topiary is a form of sculptured shrubbery that provides beauty without unnecessary obstruction. A Venetian window has a wide and tall arched opening , giving a useful view of the surrounding area combined with substantial beauty. But if the ...

Google previewT, UVWXYZ Versability (2016)

by Roger J. Maderia

A topiary is a shaped bush or hedge. A treetop is a good place for scanning. Tamarack is a North American larch. A tamarind is a tropical evergreen. A terebinth gives painters turpentine and is a Mediterranean tree we've seen. Talipot's palm ...

Google previewLifelong Landscape Design (2012)

by Mary Palmer Dargan

Topiary A topiary is a plant that is trained to develop aclearly defined shape, often geometric or fanciful. Most topiary are woody evergreenshrubs with small leaves or needles, allowing the production of dense foliage. Whether used as hedges ...

Google preview跟著美國小學課本學閱讀 (2015)

by 人類智庫編輯部

A topiary is a tree or bush that is trained into a shape. Topiaries are a kind of sculpture. Growing a topiary garden takes both time and skill. The first thing a topiary gardener does is make a drawing. The drawing shows the form the gardener ...

Google previewIntroduction to Horticultural Science (2014)

by Richard N. Arteca

A topiary is a plant that has been trained and pruned into formal geometric or abstract shapes. Yews and boxwood are commonly used for topiaries because they are easy to train, evergreen, and long-lived. Topiaries need to be maintained to ...

Google previewFocus On Reading (2003)

Ella Enchanted:grades 4-6 by Walch, Walch Publishing

A topiary is a group of trees or shrubs that are cut and trimmed into special ornamental shapes. The phoenix was a legendary bird that lived for hundreds of years, burned itself up, and then rose from its ashes to live again. A stirrup cup was a ...

Google previewThe Everything Destination Wedding Book (2006)

A Complete Guide to Planning Your Wedding Away from Home by Shelly Hagen

A topiary is a fairly expensive and upscale plant, for example. It belongs in a beautiful planter — not in ...

Google previewKid Tips for Walt Disney World (2010)

Touring Advice by Kids for Kids by Tracie A. Cook

A topiary is a plant that is trimmed into a shape.

Google previewBibliophile's Dictionary (2005)

by Miles Westley

a topiary garden.

Google previewRHS Encyclopedia of Garden Design (2009)

by DK

a TOPIARY Clipped greenery, a type of living sculpture, has many forms and includes Japanese cloud pruning. o ABSTRACT ...

Google previewThe New Partridge Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English (2015)

by Tom Dalzell, Terry Victor

1, Spring 1967 But real Afros, not the ones that have been shaped and trimmed like a topiary hedge, and sprayed until they have a sheen like acrylic wall-to-wall ¥ but like funky, natural, scraggly. ¦ Tom Wolfe, Radical Chic and Mau-Mauing the ...

Google previewWebster's II New College Dictionary (2005)

by Webster's New World Dictionary, Editors Of Webster's II Dictionaries

A topiary garden. top-ic (top'ik) «. [Obs. topic, rhetorical argument < Topics, a work by Aristotle < Lat. Topica < Gk. Topika, neuter pi. of topikos, of a place < topos, place.] 1. A subject discussed in a speech, essay, thesis, or part of a discourse ...

Google previewMerriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary (2004)

Eleventh Edition by Merriam-Webster

topiary art or gardening; also : a topiary garden 2 a : a plant shaped ...

Google previewThe Routledge Dictionary of Modern American Slang and Unconventional English (2009)

by Tom Dalzell

1, Spring 1967 • But real Afros, not the ones that have been shaped and trimmed like a topiary hedge, and sprayed until they have a sheen like acrylic wall-tO-wall — but like funky, natural, SCraggly. — Tom Wolfe, Radical Chic & Mau-Mauing ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of New Jersey (2004)

by Maxine N. Lurie, Marc Mappen

A topiary garden, rock garden, herbaceous borders, an herbal knot garden, and succulent collection form the space. The Desert Garden features a century plant of great height, as well as pricldy pear and jade plants. The Chinese Garden is ...

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