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|Finsbury Park’s topiary elephants, created by architect and topiatrist Tim Bushe, located at the junction of Romilly Road and Ambler Road.|
Topiary is a horticultural term that describes the art of shaping - or the science of training - plants, trees or shrubs by trimming the branches and foliage. It is also sometimes used to describe features of gardens created by that process such as:
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