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Levens Hall, the worlds oldest topiary garden - Circa 17th century. 90  pieces clipped from yew - Taxus baccata and Aurea and box cut into shapes - peacocks, figures or chess pieces.
 

Levens Hall, the worlds oldest topiary garden - Circa 17th century. 90 pieces clipped from yew - Taxus baccata and Aurea and box cut into shapes - peacocks, figures or chess pieces.


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Photographer: Nicola Stocken - See more from this photographer
 
Image Number:   0484255
 
Image Size:   4800 x 4800 px
40.64 x 40.64 cm | 16 x 16 Inches | @300dpi

 
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Levens Hall, the worlds oldest topiary garden - Circa 17th century. 90  pieces clipped from yew - Taxus baccata and Aurea and box cut into shapes - peacocks, figures or chess pieces.

Levens Hall, the worlds oldest topiary garden - Circa 17th century. 90 pieces clipped from yew - Taxus baccata and Aurea and box cut into shapes - pe...


 Image Number:   0484255 


 
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