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How to grow a chair: The art of tree trunk topiary Paperback – 1995
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Most of us are used to the chicken wire mesh topiary scupltures - think Rockefeller Center, your local zoo, etc. This book blows those examples away.
If you want to see a really unique application of this book check out Bonfante Gardens, in Gilroy, California (South San Francisco Bay Area). They have many mature trees that are all grown intertwined. They are textbook examples of how inspiring this book can be to grow your own.
If you are really into the eco thing, you can even grow your own true "tree" house - where the walls are living trees. Truly amazing, but I think I'll stick with the more ornamental designs to wow the neighbors.