his garden was designed by students of the Abakan boarding school “Teremok”, which is a school for children with special needs, with methodological support from a tutor. The main accent of the garden is “dew drops” – vertically hanging vases, a concept that represents the most famous plants of the Siberian taiga such as iris sibirica, viola cornuta, goldmoss stonecrop etc.
There are two central objects that reflect a thousand-year history and traditions of Khakassia: stylized ancient Scythian menhir-stones and a
young birch. Tying chalams (ribbons of three colors) on a birch is said to help to fulfill the most cherished desires.
The antiquity of stones and fresh drops of summer morning dew are symbolizing the connection of times. Centuries-old traditions and the search for new forms are being unified. The project has an inclusive focus.