Landscaping and groundwork finished at Wat Nong Tala Pood Temple

DSCF8676 Pornchai Garden have just completed landscaping and ground work at a temple near Suphanburi. The work has taken just a few weeks and has radically altered the look of the temple.

To see the finished pictures, visit the photo album here.

Note throughout the pictures (as above) the prevalence of clipped trees, a popular traditional Thai horticultural passion, thought to originate from China. The art of making such trees is known as Mai Dat, and is thought to have begun being practiced in 13th & 14th Century in Sukhothai, Thailand's first independent capital.

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