Friday, August 24, 2012

Beautiful Lavender Labyrinth

This beautiful lavandula labyrinth is in Katellaun, Germany, developed by Christa Wendling in 2005. A video is posted on the link below of the planting of the garden, other pictures, descriptions of labyrinths, information on the plants.

It is based on a 7-circuit labyrinth in Basilica San Vitale in Ravenna, Italy, from c.1540 CE. This is a variation on the 11-Circuit labyrinth found at Chartres. This has one pathway in and a direct pathway out, as is seen in some southwestern mazes.
It must smell glorious! Anyone interested in building one?

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