Heart-shaped topiary of "Leucophyllum frutescens"

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This heart-shaped topiary has been made by pruning of "Leucophyllum frutescens (Silvery plant or Texas sage plant)" planted in my garden. It's depicting a good example of topiary art in our local landscapes of Pakistan. Leucophyllum frutescens is one of the great topiary plants easily available at local nurseries and it is quite hardy/flexible in nature to turn it into various topiary forms. Further, it is one of the best topiaries present in my garden.

Saif Malik

Saif Malik is a Landscape horticulturist, well equipped with lot of professional exposure and experience. Along with landscaping/gardening work, he's founder, publisher & editor-in-chief of hortist.com. 

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