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Canada Blooms Highlights For Toronto Gardens

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Sunday, March 18th, 2012

“Landscape architect Victoria Taylor designed it; Ecoman contractor Jonas Spring built it, using chunks of waste concrete – and judges awarded it for creativity. It’s a metaphor, Victoria told me, for the inspiration that emerges from between the cracks. It’s also a pretty cool idea for a scree garden. Believe me, in real life it’s more compelling. Those pillar-like light fixtures are old metal roofing, blasted full of buckshot holes. Wow. Also, I have an enduring fondness for teasel”

by Toronto Gardens

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