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Discussion in 'Landscape Architecture and Design' started by kris, Jul 6, 2002.
I will have the pleasure of seeing this first hand in August.
Beautiful eh !
Your handy work Kris? What are the plantings on these sculptures?
Now that would be fun to work on. Impressive!
No it's not my handy work .... Like I said ... I will see this in person in August ...Ill let you know what the plantings are then.
Guess anyone? Ontario guys should have a good shot at this.
Please join in with your guess on the plantings used. Thanks
Pretty tough to tell from the picture but I'll take a guess
Duck wings artemisia, Body ajuga, head winter creeper.
Knowing where this duck spends the winter would make the guessing easier. Oh well, here goes. Head: ajuga or sedum; neck ring: golden sedum or scotch moss; back: coleus; wing: juniper; body: bagatelle barberry. I'll feel lucky if I got any of those right.
This duck is at the Mosiaculture Gardens in the Niagara Parks.