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|Product Name:||Bench in an English Garden|
Rich in details is composed of a typically English-inspired wooden bench, Bench in an English Garden is a set of 3 different species of trees, a set of bushes and flowers composed of more than 25 elements and a ground where run the ivy on volume turf.
This lovely vignette seduces with its natural, free, and romantic atmosphere. It is a garden full of poetry suitable for daydreaming where an impression of opulence and freshness reigns. In particular, there are mixed-borders where abundant vegetation flourishes, a multitude of perennials that seem to overflow the clumps.
'The Garden' is one of Andrew Marvell's most famous poems, and takes the form of meditation in a garden:
How vainly men themselves amaze
To win the palm, the oak, or bays,
And their uncessant labours see
Crown'd from some single herb or tree,
Whose short and narrow verged shade
Does prudently their toils upbraid;
While all flow'rs and all trees do close
To weave the garlands of repose.
How well the skillful gard'ner drew
Of flow'rs and herbs this dial new,
Where from above the milder sun
Does through a fragrant zodiac run;
And as it works, th' industrious bee
Computes its time as well as we.
How could such sweet and wholesome hours
Be reckon'd but with herbs and flow'rs!
And like Marvell's The Garden, Bench in an English Garden is ideal for your romantic scene or close-ups that require a background of fullness and serenity!
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