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Fairy House

Travel, Food, Culture | Down East Magazine: The Magazine of Maine

Close view of part of The Stumpery an unusual feature of Victorian gardening where tree roots and stumps were carefully excavated and set up...

The most beautiful Fairy Garden in the world - Bruno’s Art & Sculpture Garden in Australia

Life in the Fast Lane

Highgrove, via Flickr.

Stumpery wall (retaining wall) & path

Art, Gardens, Stumperi

Featured Garden ‹ Dig Nursery

Amazing Garden Plant Sculptures You Would Love To Put In Your Garden 20

Art, Gardens, Stumperi

Featured Garden ‹ Dig Nursery

stumperies garden decorations and yard landscaping ideas recycling wood

You could do something similar with old roots... ~ killer

Stumpery - reusing tree stumps for pockets of foliage. Natural garden design with stumpery yard decorations

land art reart green

creating a stumpery | 60 Impressive Stumpery Garden Decorations, Creative and Natural ...

the stumpery, Highgrove I & J Bannerman - Garden designers and builders

I & J Bannerman - Garden designers and builders

Podophyllum 'Spotty Dotty' heightens the luxuriant Hobbitsque effect of the Stumpery.

Gardeners | Plinth et al. | Page 2

The Stumpery is filled with....stumps and hostas and ferns which grow from the stumps themselves. ...Prince Charles' home, Highgrove


Stumpery at Biddulph Grange Garden

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Featured Garden ‹ DIG Nursery stumpery

Featured Garden ‹ Dig Nursery

The Stumpery at Highgrove Garden

Highgrove via flickriver - beautiful

stumpery in federal way, wa

A Secret Garden: Fanciful Topiary in the Berkshires by Gardenista The Stumpery is a work in progress. The idea is to take materials you normally would throw away and use them architecturally.

A Secret Garden: Fanciful Topiary in the Berkshires: Gardenista


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Stumpery filled w/ ferns & a dispersion of moss along the ground. The moss garden itself contains moss rocks, rotten logs, & an assortment of woodland perennials, naturally dissipated throughout for a natural unkempt look.