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pirl wrote: It's totally hollow so I just put plants on bricks and chunks of wood to get them to the right height. We collect a lot of driftwood out here and I use it in most of the gardens.
1. Pots inside driftwood.
2. Another piece in a garden.
3. A small piece with Eastham (Cape Cod) done in broken clam shells bought on Cape Cod.
4. The bird piece we found!
5. I used this piece to create a boundary. The coreopsis is not allowed to travel beyond it.