I was thinking of designing a new garden somewhere, in a new place. So I thought why not try something unconventional? Something that hasn't been done before, at least not to my knowledge. So I thought of the perfect oval shape. Mathematically, as well as practically, the oval shape isn't all that easy to apply. Yes one can make approximations, but making a balanced oval and that too on a very large area, can become a challenge. In the old times when it came to geometry or making engineering drawings, we used something called an ellipsograph, (please google it up if you don't know what it looked like). However, one cannot apply it to the garden which can be 250 feet wide! Also, after the arrival of CAD (computer aided designing) in the last quarter century, things like the ellipsograph aren't even sold in the stationary and art supply stores anymore... As everyone today seems to be content with drawing everything with their PCs. So what do you do? Well, I got the answer from this video (see below)! Now the only problem is, how practical is it to place 3 poles in the ground (to work like the nails), and I myself take the position of the pen/pencil, (while handling a long rope that will be functioning like the string). When seen from the air, it will be a garden unlike any other!!!