A metal stump sculpture made from band saw blades and a pergola made from alder logs were the focal points of a display garden at the 2015 Northwest Flower and Garden Show, by Oliana Gardening. It's called "Pining Over Yew - a Love for Every Season."
A metal stump sculpture made from band saw blades and a pergola made from alder logs were the focal points of a display garden at the 2015 Northwest Flower and Garden Show, by Oliana Gardening. It's called "Pining Over Yew - a Love for Every Season." Craig Sailor File, 2015
A metal stump sculpture made from band saw blades and a pergola made from alder logs were the focal points of a display garden at the 2015 Northwest Flower and Garden Show, by Oliana Gardening. It's called "Pining Over Yew - a Love for Every Season." Craig Sailor File, 2015

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