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    yeah, theres something nice about a public garden that I think a private one lacks. A sort of human bond amidst the greenery. I'm a really friendly/outgoing person, so sometimes i'll strike up conversation with the people walking the path with me. The option is there, but I dont feel like I have to. Makes the visits warmer, I think.

    I think theres something to be said for ordered and disordered gardens. Of course, botanic gardens are all ordered, for the most part, though some "ordered" styles follow a more disorderly approach.

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    gardens are nice to draw in.

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    I like the ones that look kind of wild and that the plants just seem to be growing on their own...oh, and I love English gardens....

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    yep, i said ordered because i'm not sure what is the expression in english...
    given child's last post, i assume it is "english" and "french" gardens ..? (it seems logical as in french it is : jardins à l'anglaise / jardins à la française )

    french gardens being really ordered (geometrical)
    (but of course english ones are also ordered... same for any types of garden)

    hope you get the idea ^^"

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    I meant like the English country home garden... with little patches of wild flowers …. If guess kinda like the Secret Garden…… In the northern English country side where the bogs are…

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    Gardens are so pretty. =D

    Rock gardens are nice too. I was skimming, so I don't think anyone brought that topic yet. But, ever since I read "The Samurai's Garden" I think rock gardens are super cool...and relaxing.

    I wish I had enough time/patience to make a garden.

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    I love botanical gardens too, in fact I'm studying to become a forestry engeneer, that's why theyare important to me
    I've been in some Irish gardens, they're quite cute, I love the way people take care of them, and I speacially love when they get right the names of the plants and when they take good care of the trees, keep the gardens clean and everything
    When a garden is made to recreate another place, and the resemblance is good, is something that must be seen
    "Only after the last tree has been cut down. Only after the last river has been poisoned. Only after the last fish has been caught. Only then you will find that money cannot be eaten." Cree Indian Proverb

 

 
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