What Does Not Burn

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The garden is a distillation of the Ukrainian landscape and culture. It showcases the rushnyk, an embroidered cloth used in many rituals, as a symbol of life and identity. Like a new skin, rushnyks adorn the remains of a burnt cottage standing as a silhouette in the landscape – a field of barley interspersed with field weeds. Tucked inside the cottage, in the heart of the garden, is a tryzub sculpture as a symbol of rebirth.

Kindly sponsored by: GLAU (Guild of Landscape Architects of Ukraine) and Studio Toop.
To help fund this garden please visit A Ukrainian Garden for Ukrainian parks and gardens

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