A sculpture garden is, obviously, a garden wherein one plants and grows sculptures. Most sculpture gardens begin with seeds cultivated from mature sculptures, which are then transported to be planted in widely dispersed rows to allow for a great deal of growth. Since sculptures are susceptive to a wide range of cross-pollinations of cultivars, it is virtually impossible to predict what sort of sculpture may grow from a given seed. Instances have been recorded of classical baroque sculpture seeds growing into neo-Modernist pieces, sometimes even expressing strains of schools as broad as Brutalism and Dadaism. Once ripened, the young sculptures are shipped to industrial parks and university campuses around the world, to assuage local aesthetic hungers.

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