An Enchanted Garden

Our Inaugural visit to the National Botanic Garden was a resounding success.  The parking situation  has made me leery of venturing there. Yet everyone who had been spoke so highly of it I wanted to make an attempt.  I was told there is a special holiday train exhibit every year as well as lights and music two evenings a week. So we decided to brave it.
It was glorious.  The theme for this year was "The Enchanted Garden."  The blurb put out by the museum gives no indication of the scope of the exhibit.  The designer Paul Busse of Applied Imagination in Alexandria, Kentucky built an entire enchanted village all out of living materials.  The detail in each house was amazing.

 

This shows how the houses were built out of natural materials.
There was also a minature display of the DC monuments.
Who can recognize these two?

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