A fractal garden is a garden consisting of 21 planters on wheels that can be rearranged into an infinite number of shapes.
Fractal gardens function as children’s learning tools, for both gardening and geometry. It consists of a series of low-planters that form basic shapes. The planters have wheels attached to the bottom, so they can be easily moved, and their shapes can be manipulated into different patterns. Anything can be planted in a fractal garden; in fact, if there is a variety of color, it makes the concept that much more appealing for kids.
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