Topiary is the horticulturist way of clipping, trimming and training perennial plants into recognizable shapes and forms. Topiary first appeared in the time of Julius Caesar in Roman gardens. In Eastern cultures, this style was first expressed through Penjing in China and Bonsai in Japan. In the early 1900’s, a revival of Topiary was popular in the US — in 1962 Walt Disney brought the art form to the masses when he used it to recreate his cartoon characters in his beloved Disneyland. Join the masses who love topiary with our beautiful permanent sculptures.

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