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paul wheaton
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Pat Maas
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That is totally cool! ) It's amazing what the trees and creative people can do.
 
                                
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Cool. Whenever I see a tree stump all sprouted out I think about doing something artistic with it. Those sprouts can grow fast. I can see a "ladder-back hickory" chair grown all in one piece. Then I get busy and another year rolls on by....
I'm glad somebody has the time to do this kind of thing tho.
 
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Here's a link for a living lattice fence. No picture, but the how to is there. Something I'm exploring rather than another building project with rock.

http://www.canada-wine.com/wovenfence.html

Am looking to create an edible lattice fence-any suggestions?
 
Jeff Mathias
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Amazing stuff isn't it!?
Search for: 'Axel Erlandson' and 'Tree Circus' as well as the Gilroy Gardens for similar.

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