That's what I decided to name this newest cuff. When it was finished it looked to me like perfect grassy paths lined with well trimmed bushes leading up to a forested area, with every tree in its proper place.
In general, I'm a fan of wild vegetation - I like it when bushes, flowers, grasses, etc. intermingle. Perfect suburban lawns are not my cup of tea, but hiking through the mountains seeing wildflowers in bloom is. When I went to school in suburban Chicago, the first spring flowers were grid-like tulips and daffodils looking very lonely in their perfect place surrounded by mulch. That was very depressing to this Equator-raised girl, used to much more bushy and wild vegetation. Me, I can't be bothered to raise plants purely for their aesthetic value. I do enjoy it when my okra and zucchini starts to bloom, though!