Quick & Easy Indoor Topiary: Crafting and Decorating with Nature
This beautiful and inspiring book offers easy instructions for making and maintaining topiary displays using both live and dried plants. Introductory chapters explain selecting materials, including frames and containers, plus how to plant, train, prune, and clip the topiary. The 25 projects, grouped according to shape, feature step-by-step directions and full-color photographs of the finished design.
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