There wasn’t a gardener around to grill when I took this photo of a cutleaf japanese maple at Boscobel Restoration in Garrison, New York, a few years ago. I assume the trunk didn’t grow this way on its own. Either way, who cares about the leaves? This trunk is great all on its own!
Want to see what else is great about Boscobel? Click on the second picture, of the view of the Hudson River from the main house! Live even remotely near Boscobel? I highly recommend their Shakespeare festival each summer. Bring a picnic dinner, wander the grounds and garden, and watch a performace by some highly talented actors under a tent on the main lawn overlooking this view. Heaven!
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