What is this centuries old art of clipping hedges into various ornamental shapes traditionally called?
The Correct Answer is Topiary. This centuries old art of clipping hedges into various ornamental shapes traditionally is called as Topiary. Topiary refers to the centuries-old practise of cutting hedges into various attractive designs.
Topiary is the horticultural practise of trimming the foliage and twigs of trees, shrubs, and subshrubs to form and maintain clearly defined shapes, whether geometric or fantastical, in perennial plants. Plants that have been fashioned in this way are also referred to by this word.
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Q4. What is this centuries old art of clipping hedges into various ornamental shapes traditionally called?
Answer 4: Topiary
Topiary, the training of living trees and shrubs into artificial, decorative shapes. Thickly leaved evergreen shrubs are used in topiary; the best subjects are box, cypress, and yew, although others—such as rosemary, holly, and box honeysuckle—are used with success.
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