Articles in: Topiary

How to Make a Rosemary Topiary, by Whitney of The Curtis Casa

Posted by: on December 3rd, 2012 | One Comment

DIY Rosemary Topiary from Whitney of The Curtis Casa

 

Propagating herbs is an easy and inexpensive method for any gardener, young or seasoned pro, to expand your collection. Guest contributor Whitney Curtis is the lady behind the blog The Curtis Casa. She shows us how to propagate rosemary in the form of an easy-to-make mini rosemary topiary. It’s great for hostess gifts, table settings or to decorate your patio. 

I chose rosemary for its strong scent and thick leaves. This project is simple, you can whip up this rosemary topiary and five others in about an afternoon. All it takes is four main steps: Snip, Dip, Plant and Shape.

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Transform A Juniper Bush Into A Beautiful Topiary

Posted by: on October 16th, 2011 | Make A Comment

Home Depot Store Associate, Orange County, CA

Let’s say you have a nice Juniper bush in your front yard that you have faithfully trimmed a number of times each year to keep its shape, but now you are considering a change. If you don’t want to dig it out and put in something new, just change the shape of the one you have!

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