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I've had another thought about small trees. For a more formal look you should consider the classic topiary trees - a short list would include yews, box, beech, limes and holm oaks. All of them are terribly amenable and happy to be chopped and pruned
which to see various parts of the garden and thirdly (and perhaps most importantly) because they make very good goalposts and things behind which to dodge.I like my garden to be rather chaotic so a well clipped hedge or bit of topiary lends a bit
an excellent hedge, a good screen and fine topiary. In this case it is on the edge of garden and countryside so I think it will do the trick nicely. All we have to do now is wait for it to get big enough.
strip club. Sometimes this is passed off as an attempt at topiary, but not often.The flowers do not last long (which is a mixed blessing) and are succeeded by really, really, really boring foliage.I will, if pushed, 'hug a hoodie' or even 'snuggle a