Topiary Arts...!!!!!

Written By All Video Subscribers on Saturday, February 18, 2012 | 10:05 PM


Topiary is a wonderful and historical art that is use on plants. Gardeners clip the foliage and make a terrific shape to the trees, plants and shrubs.
You can see the topiary art in the famous parks and gardens of the world in shape of animals, cartoons and informative messages.
Here are the best and beautiful samples of this fabulous art which are located at the delightful parks of the world. You should see this pretty collection and appreciate them for their great work.
Peace Topiary
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Butterfly Topiary
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Music Band Topiary
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Bird Topiary
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Christmas Pudding Topiary
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Heart Topiary
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Clipsham Yew Topiary
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Elephant Topiary
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Horse Jockey Topiary
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Hollow Cone Topiary
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Lion Topiary
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Fish Topairy
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Giraffe Topiary
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Yew Tree Avenue
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Cartoon Topiary
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CUP OF LOVE!!!!!


 CUP OF LOVE!!!!!
 
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THE DOCTOR JOKES!!!

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The Hotel Bill


The Hotel Bill
Next time you think your hotel bill is too high, you might want to consider this:
My wife and I are traveling by car from Victoria to Prince George . Being Seniors, after almost eleven hours on the road, we were too tired to continue, and decided to take a room. But, we only planned to sleep for four hours and then get back on the road. When we checked out four hours later, the desk clerk handed us a bill for $350.00.
I explode and demanded to know why the charge is so high. I told the clerk although it's a nice hotel; the rooms certainly aren't worth $350.00 for four hours. Then the clerk tells me that $350.00 is the 'standard rate'. I insisted on speaking to the Manager.
The Manager appears, listens to me, and then explains that the hotel has an Olympic-sized pool and a huge conference center that were available for us to use. 'But we didn't use them," I said ''Well, they are here, and you could have," explained the Manager.
He went on to explain that we could also have taken in one of the shows for which the hotel is famous. "We have the best entertainers from New York , Hollywood , and Las Vegas perform here," the Manager says.
"But we didn't go to any of those shows," I said. "Well, we have them, and you could have," the Manager replied.
No matter what amenity the Manager mentioned, I replied,"But we didn't use it!"
The Manager is unmoved, and eventually I gave up and agreed to pay.
I wrote a check and gave it to the Manager.
The Manager is surprised when he looks at the cheque. "But sir, this cheque is only made out for $50.00." ''That's correct. I charged you $300.00 for sleeping with my wife," I replied.
"But I didn't!" exclaims the Manager.
I said, "Well, too bad, she was here, and you could have."
Don't mess with Senior Citizens

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WAITING LOVE!!!!

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Top 10 Native Tribes Who Have Faced Extinction


Top 10 Native Tribes Who Have Faced Extinction

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The Beothuk people were dark and tall with black hair and dark eyes. They lived for thousands of years prior to the Vikings in present day Newfoundland. When Europeans under John Cabot began exploiting lumber and fish in the area, the Beothuk were forced out. The fear of white people, tuberculosis and malnutrition decimated the population by 1700s. By 1829, no Beothuks were found in Newfoundland.
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