Landscape Architect and theorist Charles Jencks

Thankfully, Dexter and Comet do not roam the gardens here.  However, it is theoretically possible that they would become much smarter. With the manner in which Dexter and Comet both study the vegetation and objects they mark on their normal walks,  I imagine they would start calculating angles, trajectories, velocities and all manner of physical properties!

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tumblr_n30ig4OT9B1rlaql2o5_500Landscape Architect and theorist Charles Jencks 

The garden is inspired by science and mathematics, with sculptures and landscaping on these themes, such as Black Holes and Fractals.
The garden is not abundant with plants, but sets mathematical formulae
and scientific phenomenae in a setting which elegantly combines natural
features and artificial symmetry and curves. It is probably unique among
gardens, drawing comparisons with a similarly abstract garden in
Scotland, Little Sparta.

h/t:Scotland’s Gardens

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