12 Nov

25 Examples of Amazing Topiary Art

Pruning is a hard work but enthusiast gardeners make pruning a fun. With a little imagination and skill, you can turn your hedges, bushes and small trees into interesting objects. The art is called topiary.

Topiary is the art of clipping and pruning twigs and foliage and craft different shapes such as geometrical shapes, fanciful hedges and corporate logos. Topiary has been in practice since the days of the Romans who introduced well crafted design elements in their gardens. Topiary is still popular around the world and there are a number of famous gardens dedicated to the art of topiary. Topiaries can also be used in small lawn to create interesting hedges, dividers or shapes.

Plants  used for designing topiary are usually evergreen and woody shrubs or small trees that produce dense foliage. Some of the suitable plants for topiary include: English Ivy, Ficus Pumila, Rosemary, Thyme, Boxwood, Cypress, and almost all yews and hollies.

The following is a collection of some amazing topiary art produced around the world. All images are subject to copyrights of their respective owners.

animals topiary

Elephant Family

topiary towers

Topiary Towers

topiary wall

Topiary Wall

Topiary F1 Racer

Formula 1 Racer

animal topiary

Peacock Topiary

topiary ivy heart

Topiary Heart of Ivy

topiary sculpture

Topiary Sculpture

topiary gardener

Topiary Gardener

topiary logo

YES Logo

topiary lion

Topiary Lion

topiary happy man

Happy Man

topiary hand

Topiary Hand

topiary balls

Balls

topiary palace

Topiary Palace

topiary gardener

The Gardener

topiary garden

Topiary Garden

topiary disney

Disney World

topiary character

The Face

topiary car

Lee Car

topiary bus

Flowers on Wheels

topiary bull

The Bull

topiary places

The Places

topiary animal

The Family

topiary clouds

Clouds

topiary hedge

Topiary Hedge

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