HOW WE CREATE A TOPIARY ZOO WITH WILD ANIMALS FROM AFRICA (elephant, gorilla, kangaroo)



Start with pictures for the event

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2) Cad Design Elephant

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CAD Design for Kangeroo

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Cad Design for Gorilla

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GALVANISED METAL AND ADD CHICKEN WIRE TO HOLD FOLIAGE

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FINAL DISPLAY FOR GORILLA

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Sitting Yoga Love/Peace Topiary 15 feet Tall


START WITH THE ENGINEERING & CAD DESIGNS

We hope you will enjoy our Sitting Yoga Buddha Topiary advocating Love and Peace video! Watch the video to see the assembly on how to put it all together.

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CAD Design for the layout for the pieces of metal to cut out using a CNC plasma cutter

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Start cutting the metal pieces with the plasma CNC cutter

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How the metal pieces fit similar to a puzzle for the heart

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Front pose assembly to ensure all of the metal pieces fit

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Galvanized the Buddha Metal for Outdoor Display to Protect Against the Elements of the Weather

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Adding moss’

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Adding moss to the front view
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ADDING MOSS TO THE SIDE VIEW
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COMING SOON THE FINAL DISPLAY OF THE BUDDHA WITH THE CUBE & PLINTH DETAILReplyForward
FINAL BUDDHA ASSEMBLED READY FOR THE MUSEUM DESTINATION IN FLORIDA

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Need a Professional Golfer Topiary


Create a CAD design for Swinging Golfer

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Create Metal Frame

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Galvanized the metal and added chicken wire. Not 

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HOW WE CREATE A TOPIARY ZOO WITH WILD ANIMALS FROM AFRICA (Rhino, Seals )


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CAD Design for Rhino

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Create Metal Frame for Rhino

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CAD Design for Love Seals

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Create a metal frame for the Seal

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HOW WE CREATE A TOPIARY ZOO WITH WILD ANIMALS FROM AFRICA (Rhino, Deer & Polar Bear)


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CAD Design for Rhino

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Create the metal frame

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Galvanized the frame and add chicken wire to hold foliage

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CAD Desing for Polar Bear

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FINAL DISPLAY – POLAR BEAR

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CAD Design for Deer

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FINAL DISPLAY OF WILD DEER RUNNING

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HOW WE CREATE A TOPIARY ZOO WITH WILD ANIMALS FROM AFRICA (Manatee & Lion)


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CAD Design of Manatee

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Metal Frame has been galvanized and chicken wire added to hold moss or other foliage

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Final Display is to point out the waste and garbage found in our Oceans that can kill our ocean mamals

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CAD Design for Standing Lion

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Create Metal Frame

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Galvanized & Added Chicken Wire to hold Moss or other foliage

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FINAL DISPLAY FOR LION RESIDING IN AFRICA

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HOW WE CREATE A TOPIARY ZOO WITH WILD ANIMALS FROM AFRICA (Elephant, Kangeroo, Lion)



Start with pictures for the event

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2) Cad Design Elephant

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CAD Design for Kangeroo

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Cad Design for Gorilla

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GALVANISED METAL AND ADD CHICKEN WIRE TO HOLD FOLIAGE

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FINAL DISPLAY FOR GORILLA

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NBC’s Peacock Topiary- Who Made it?


The answer is: TOPIARYTREE.NET.

Learn more about NBC’s Streaming Service

Al Roker Announcing Peacock TV Streaming on the Today Show from NBC
20 foot peacock topiary on nyc plaza to announce peacocktv from nbc

Here are some in-progress pictures on how we made this topiary.


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How to Add Ivy Foilage to a Topiary Frame


If you have ever seen plants sculpted into different shapes, you might wonder how gardeners do it. This is called topiary, or the practice of pruning and clipping plants into clearly defined shapes. The practice dates back to Roman times but is still a popular style today. Traditionally, topiary is done with evergreen plants, but with a topiary frame, you can create the same look with your ivy at home, either in your garden or even in a flowerpot.

You can add some artwork to your garden with topiary frames. Topiary artforms add a little bit of style to your plants and can be the living centerpiece of any garden. Creating these living sculptures may seem difficult, but with these step-by-step instructions, adding foliage to a topiary frame could not be easier. Soon your garden will be the perfect place to read a book or host a party with the lovely ivy topiary artwork.

This is also a good way to add interesting landscaping to your business. Create your logo with plants using a topiary frame or add a point of interest outside your store or office to draw attention. It’s a pleasant and eco-friendly way to draw attention to your business and create a welcoming atmosphere.

Step 1:

Cover ivy plant with a topiary frame. The first thing you want to do is insert the top of your ivy plant through the opening at the base of the frame, so it is inside the frame. Start with the top of the ivy. Do not worry about the bottom ivy and leaves yet. Pull the ivy in gently and carefully so you do not damage the plant. Pull the ivy up the topiary frame as much as it will go.

Step 2:

Insert the leaves into the frame around the base and the frame will begin to stand upright.

Now that the top part is inside, start tucking the bottom leaves of the plant into the bottom of the topiary frame until all the bottom leaves are inside. The frame should completely cover the base of the plant when you are done. Once all the bottom leaves are in the topiary frame, it should be able to stand on its own without propping it up. Now the artwork is slowly coming together and you can almost see the end result.

Step 3:

Once leaves are inserted, the topiary frame can be opened to continue pushing leaves inside.

Now that the topiary frame can stand on its own, you can open up the top of the frame. Open the top of the topiary frame and pull the top leaves into the frame. Use your fingers to pull the leaves inside, one by one. Be careful not to damage the leaves or the stems. The end goal is to eventually have all the leaves in the frame to make a smooth living sculpture.

Step 4:

Move your way up the topiary frame continuing to leaves inside the frame.

Continue moving the ivy up the frame until all the leaves and ivy are inside and arranged to the shape of the frame. Tease the plant into the different sections of the frame if you have a more complex topiary frame. If there is still room at the top, that is okay because the ivy will continue to grow over time. You may have to continue arranging it over time to grow in the shape that you want but luckily the frame will serve as a permanent trimming guide, so maintaining its shape will be easy and take minimal effort now that the frame is in place.

Once all the ivy and leaves are in place, close up the frame, place it in your preferred spot where the plant grows best, and enjoy your new living artwork. Now you have the perfect centerpiece for your garden or a nice atmospheric and eco-friendly touch for your business.


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How to Add Moss to a Topiary Frame


Step 1:

After unpackaging the moss, gently pull apart the fibers with your hands, loosening them. This will make applying just the right amount of moss much simpler. You can also use a spray bottle to mist the moss with water. This will soften the fibers of the moss, making them more flexible which will, in turn, make it easier to stuff them into the topiary frames.

Prepare the Moss

Step 2:

Stuff the moss into the frame until the moss becomes firm.

Begin packing the damp moss into the topiary frame. Don’t be afraid to pack the moss in quite firmly. The moss should be dense in the frame. When you press on the moss with your hands, you should not be able to easily insert your finger into the packed moss.

In order to press the moss even more firmly into the topiary art forms, you can use a wooden dowel like the one pictured below. This is also a great tool to use to push the moss snugly into the tighter or smaller spaces of the frame, and it can help you fill in the animal’s details. Continue packing the moss until you can’t see any blank spaces and the fit is tight all around.

Stuff the Moss into the Frame

Steps 3:

Once you are done stuffing, use a scissor to trim around the topiary frame so that the moss does extrude past the frame.

Once you have packed all of the moss into the animal frame topiary, you may notice that the topiary doesn’t look quite as neat as you might have imagined. There will probably be stray pieces of moss sticking out here and there. This can be fixed by trimming away the loose moss pieces with a pair of scissors. Make sure to follow the curves and angles of the topiary frame in order to stay true to the image you’re aiming for. Cut as close as possible, but be careful not to cut into the moss that’s already in the frame.

If you do cut a bit too much, however, it’s nothing to worry about. You can simply add some more moss, using your fingers or the dowel to push the moss in. This is also a good opportunity to look for any gaps in the moss you may have missed when you were first stuffing the topiary.

Step 4:

You may wonder just how much moss you’ll need to completely fill the animal frame. A good way to approximate what you’ll need is to look at the size of the frame. One cubic foot of moss will generally fill eight to 10 mini frames that are less than 10 inches tall. That single cubic foot will also fill three to four small frames that are between 10 and 14 inches. The same cubic foot will fill one medium frame, between 14 and 24 inches, as well. However, large topiary frames, between 24 and 36 inches, will need at least two cubic feet of moss each.


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