I love the landing outside of a nursery greenhouse - photo #1
#2 through 4 show what I did with the old hoops from old wine barrels. My husband made the white wood "tomato box", at each side of the garage doors, so I have access to tomatoes, even when it's raining. The 4th photo is another "hoop art" feature that I use as foot space so I can tend plants in that garden.
Pork,, love your paths. Also the rocks in the wine barrel hoops are wonderful.
I have an old clawfoot bathtub with no feet. I am thinking I need to set it up with my water lily someone sent me last year.
I REALLYY love paths and wish I could do more of them. Uneven footing is soooo dangerous for my husband that unless it's an area I never expect him to be, I do not DARE put a path down. But I can oohhh and awww at everybody else's!!
Beautiful pathways Pirl ~ thanks much for sharing the photos and ideas.
I need a path/patio in front of the greenhouse door and this style would be delightful. I have old brick, walking stones, etc. Now I just need the manual labor, time, back... lol Wishing I was younger for projects like these.
Gardens to die for . I'm too afraid of copperhead snakes to plant that heavy . We have them around our place in Georgia and here in Texas too . Not a winter here or a summer there in Ga without at least one kill in the yard .
There was a funny story (funny to anyone who didn't have the experience) here on DG about a woman who wanted to water a plant, spotted the hose and went to lift it up...but it was a snake, not a hose. I think most of us who fear snakes could understand her shock.
David , I'm not afraid of snakes , even had local ones for pets . I don't reach in places that I can't see . That garden is what I always wanted , but have no nerve walking close to low growing shrubs and grasses where I cant see what's there . I protect non venomous snakes . I also live in the woods .You are so fortunate .