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    Posted May 9, 2014 by
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    Austin, Texas

    NEW DEVELOPMENT SOUTWEST AUSTIN TEXAS

     
    Southwest Austin Development, Miniature Forest
    Art in Texas

    Keep Austin Texas Original!

    http://Texas.Sx Presents a new SouthWest Austin development; a living masterpiece, an original worldwide creation: Miniature Living Forest by master artist Daniel Pavon Cuellar.

    This forest is very special as is one of the first ones ever made and the largest one of all Miniature forest made by the artist. The forest you see on the photo, was planted from seeds, it has around 3000 to 4000 trees, but should have around 8000 to 10000 trees, since Daniel Pavon Cuellar does not use fertilizers or pesticides, all natural!
    The Miniature forest decrease of trees by a few thousand seeds were eaten by birds, then a few acorns by squirrels, and some others by snails and one during a hail storm!

    The Forest on the photo was planted 5 years ago from seeds. Thousands of living trees per square yard. The estimated amount of trees is over 3000-4000 Liquidambar trees, 3 oaks, 7 cedars with few other trees species all native to Texas.

    NEW DEVELOPMENT SOUTWEST AUSTIN TEXAS

    COMING SOON:

    Today Daniel Pavon Cuellar is working on a project in South West Austin Texas for the creation of a huge Miniature forest land, very close to the Austin Texas Zoo near oak hill and this time planted directly into the soil. His intent is to open it to the public and within make also art exhibits for Austin Texas Artist. Follow this twitter @ ArtistsTexas.

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