Mosaicultures International of Montreal at Hamamatsu in Japan
The mosaiculture is an art which they use plants to accomplish drawings. The origin of mosaicultures goes back to the embroidery bed of 16th and 17th centuries. At the end of 1860s, the term mosaiculture is used for the first time by a gardener named J. Chrétien in the parc de la Tête d'Or in Lyon. At the beginning, they created simple geometric forms but with years, it has become more complex and they now realise butterflies, vases and more. Today, several cities practice this art which is a tool of flowers development and horticultural expression.
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