Saturday, February 16, 2008

Maps of the garden

1. Paths and buildings

2. Trees

In the description of the trees you have to consider that the garden lays at the bottom of a hill facing north, that it is bordered by a forest on one side and by a stream along its lower side, and that almost all the garden is in part shadow. Therefore it is much hazier and cooler than the average Hungarian garden. The trees that tolerate dryness here would not necessarily survive in a warm and sunny garden.

(To be continued)

2 comments:

Megkoronáz A.J.P. said...

Thanks for these. They do help me understand what's going on.

Hortus Carmeli said...

I'm glad to hear that. We have some more maps of the other "layers" of the garden as well. I hope soon I will arrive to the point of publish them.