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  1. A knot garden is a series of plants set so that when one views them from afar, they form an illusion of patterned rope weaving in and out and around itself. (Web site)
  2. The Knot Garden is an opera in three acts by Michael Tippett to an original English libretto by the composer. (Web site)
  3. A knot garden is an attractive way to plant herbs for your kitchen garden, with small geometric sections of herbs forming a full Celtic style knot. (Web site)
  4. The Knot Garden was brave and controversial at the time of its first performance in 1970. (Web site)
  5. The Knot Garden is a mystery, of sorts.

Knot Gardens

  1. The Knot Garden seems to be the opera of choice for Tippett's centenary. (Web site)
  2. Knot garden designs, plans and patterns for all those interested in gardens, gardening and plants.
  3. It's also Prospero's island, because that serves Sir Michael Tippett's Jungian take on The Tempest; and it's a 'knot garden' — a maze of confusions.
  4. He created the role of Dov in Tippett's opera The Knot Garden .
  5. Search Results The Knot Garden The Knot Garden is an opera in three acts by Michael Tippett to an original English libretto by the composer.


  1. He illustrates this range fully in The Knot Garden, his third opera, which is cleverly paced and full of surprising twists and turns.
  2. This symmetrical knot garden plan will add formal flair to any landscape.
  3. Gardener's Dictionary definition of knot garden Taylor's Dictionary for Gardeners, by Frances Tenenbaum.


  1. The concept of a knot garden first emerged in Elizabethan England. (Web site)
  2. In some cases, a knot garden was meant to be viewed from raised walkways and terraces. (Web site)
  3. The addition of the Knot Garden on the Society's Townsend House property adds a charming focal point to the grounds.

Historic Knot

  1. Our churchyard contains a recreation of a historic knot garden. (Web site)
  2. The recreation of a historic knot garden and the history of British gardens and plants are included as is a virtual visit to several exhibits at the museum. (Web site)
  3. The parterre grew out of the knot garden, a medieval form of bed in which various plant types were separated from each other by hedges. (Web site)
  4. Step 3 Prune shrubs as necessary to maintain the knot garden pattern. (Web site)
  5. Consider designing your knot garden to accommodate herb pots that can be taken inside when the weather is too harsh. (Web site)


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