The objectives of the garden are listed on the left side of the sign. I think they say:
* Make art accessible to all
* Nature Sensitivity
* Bond with others
So it was kind of like a hippy festival of nature art. There was also music. And some artisanal crafts including this 450 euro steampunk badger.
|My eye is a watch and my intestines are gears!|
Rather than branding this adventure as a hike, we told the kids that it was more like a hunt for koroks. We pulled out an old camera and told them to take pictures every time they find a place that a korok should be hiding. While they still complained a bit about the hiking part and the uncomfortable weather, we got these excellent pictures...
|Hiding under a bridge|
|In a Circle of Flowers|
|Enjoying the Tournesol|
|Inside the Vine House|
|Playing on the Bug Decorating the Stream|
We were warned not to tickle the koroks.
|Sometimes Koroks Like to be Left Alone|
|Great Pumpkin Selfie!|
It was an extraordinary garden. If you get the chance to visit, it is open in 2018 the weekend that spans August and September. Maybe you can find some koroks too!