This little garden just wowed TPP when he noticed that the grasses in the center of this little traffic island had been bundled for the winter, a practice not all that unusual, but then enhanced by some choice additions of greens, and reds, and ribbon. The over all effect, augmented by a bit of clinging snow, was terrific. No idea at all who was so creative. Generally this bed is planted and kept by the
campus grounds crew, but they have never done anything like this before, nothing quite so ornamental, and as usual, the budget is always tight. Maybe a demonstration horticulture project by a student? Technically the island is in a city street, so perhaps the city's crew, but somebody deserves some credit for a job really well done. The golden brown tops enhanced by some red and white twigs contrast so nicely with the green and red sprigs hanging down. So simple, yet so effective. Anyone ever seen something like this before?
Kurt Gödel's Open World
1 day ago in The Curious Wavefunction