Plants are not the big feature here. There are a couple of man-made dragon lakes. Mostly what you'll see are a lot of steel structures and symmetry. The garden begins at the base of steps leading down from the original eighteenth-century manor house. You'll see a Sense of Touch garden, where a metal hand waves back and forth, beckoning visitors to come to check it out. You'll see a steel DNA helix and a Heaven-Hell primeval wilderness garden with a beautiful red arched bridge
The snail mound allows you to explore the Fibonacci Sequence of numbers that make up the shell.
Before I go, I'd like to tell you about the Latin Flavors Blog Hop I'm hosting:
When: September 14-18
Where: Your Blog
On September 15th, my new book, Bubba and Squirt's Mayan Adventure, will be released. To help get the word out, I'm having a blog hop. It's called, "Latin Flavors."
In the book, Bubba and Squirt try a couple of Latin dishes. I thought it might be fun to share recipes of food from Mexico and Central America.
Here's what participants will do:
1. Share a favorite "Latin Flavor" recipe
2. Include information about my book in the post. I will provide all of that and send it to you a week before the blog hop.
If you'd like to participate, please sign up on the Linky List.