Plant Giants at the Atlanta Botanical Garden

The Atlanta Botanical Garden in Georgia partners with International Mosaiculture of Montreal to create Imaginary Worlds, the largest garden sculpture exhibition in the nation. The 28 larger-than-life plant giants are strategically decorated with thousands of annuals that flourish under a combination of an internal irrigation system and weekly grooming. The living sculptures are continually revamped with new plant designs and colors and range from whimsical unicorns and butterflies to the looming Earth Goddess at 25 feet tall.

For an article on a futuristic garden, try Cosmos-Inspired Garden of Speculation.

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