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By Katnapper
Natural stone pathway I built from boulders and larger rocks with at least one relatively flat side.


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By fmlyof5
Colored glass bottles glisten in the sunlight and serve a useful purpose as flower bed edging.


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By gardenpom
Garden shot with gazing ball.


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By lakesidewb
I had some spare time and made this skid of flowers


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By Hellann
Guardian Scarecrow.. maybe not functional.. but cute!


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By pirl
Clematis 'Ashva' on the garden obelisk.


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By pirl
Picotee begonia growing in a torch lamp.


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By Haworthia405
Mystical garden gate. Japanese section of a botanical garden.


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By Haworthia405
Japanese pagoda statue with a blooming redbud backdrop.


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By HazelCrestMikeB
Boy On Dolphin


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By HazelCrestMikeB
Playing Chicken


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By shorthog
Chalk turtle in ground cover looks like the real thing.


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By dragonfly62
My granddaughter's memory garden.


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By dragonfly62
These "Naked Ladies" are looking in the mirror at themselves.


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By haighr
Parrots in Paradise - We make these parrots in wood and paint them and place on driftwood in the garden.


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By ews1951
"The Gates" in Central Park.


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By o_lucky_1
half burried flower pot with plants


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By gardenmart
Armillary sphere at Hillwood Museum, Washington, DC May 2012


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By gardenmart
Squirrel statue in Ivy, Hillwood Museum, Washington, DC May 2012


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By iskate345
My garden shed. I call myself the Village Gardener as my house built in 1823 is located in near the water and is highly visable to the many walkers as they pass by. All the birdhouses are occupied throughout the year. The roses were transplanted from a very old home in town.


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By Ruminantia
Brrrrrr! Not much growing here!


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By carolesau


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By Suculenta
Ceramic pants made by my husband over 40 years ago - alas, the buttocks are broken but still have their place in the garden!


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By Suculenta
Clay fish keeps a look-out over backyard


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By leemiller38
Rose Arbor built in spring 2012


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By leemiller38
Rose Arbor Spring 2012


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By eden100
my hand painted raccoon rock with shamrock


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By eden100
reading frog in impatiens


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By LeafPeeper
This old concrete bunny sits amidst our May perennials in an area that has an assortment of green, burgundy, caramel, and yellow perennials and flowers.


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By LeafPeeper
This garden plaque by the orange azalea is the essence of what it means to me to be a gardener.


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By murfun2
A gourd and pumpkin windchime. :) Taken at the Dallas Arboretum.


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By curlgd2
Part of a fence surrounding a grave in The Central City Cemetery, Central City, CO


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By iskate345
Front view of my garden shed.


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By eminkler
Hanging With My Friends
This little guy brightens a shady spot in my garden. Taken May 2011


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By eminkler
Hanging With My Friends
This little guy brightens a shady spot in my garden. Taken May 2011


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By mygardens
We made this bench from some rocks that we found nearby. It sits under a dogwood tree in our country garden.


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By vossner
red and yellow, love my fellah


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By vossner
Art imitating life, or is it the other way around?


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By lakesidewb
Old man winter...


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By wha
Two pieces of rock garden art. In the foreground is a rock flower arrangement made with found pastel beach stones. And in the back a decrotive rock cairn.


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By wha
See the decortive rock cairn's/spires made from found pastel beach stone in the upper right corner of the image.


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By curlgd2
Fall color and "Ye Olde Outhouse"


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By katzs
Large living circle


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By katzs
Large metal gyro focal point over a shaded garden


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By orchid923
See the chicken -- still waiting for an egg !


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By themikesmom
Our Antique Metal Garden Lantern with Iris Pallida 'Dalmatica'
Old Fashioned Sweet Iris coming up our driveway.


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By Jubilada
Gamble Gardens Gazebo.


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By jmorth
Natures' art


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By rockgardenplants
The rose arbor at Thanksgiving Point in Utah. A beautiful place to visit any time, but, of course, it is the best during the annual Tulip Festival.


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By ridoodles
old gate placed in garden for morning glory vine


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By robinandjenni
Chihuly Glass at Missouri Botanic Gardens


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By MessyMarvin
This is a small bird bath with matching pedestal I made from hypertufa. I love to put things such as this in my mulched areas.


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By cytf
THIS IS MY FLOWER TOWER SURROUNDED BY YELLOW IRIS, RED AND WHITE DIANTHUS AND MY BIRD HOUSE FOR THE WREN


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By owlhunt
Old water tower


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By owlhunt
Spout


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By cabelcat
Abbey House Garden, Malmesbury, UK - topiary face


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By dutchtouch
Unicorn backed by Sweet Autumn Clematis.


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By dutchtouch
Beautiful Lord Baltimore perennial hibiscus.


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By jmorth
Tree House


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By shihtzumom
Beautiful teal bird feeder among Clematis


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By ginger749


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By ginger749


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By adinamiti
Bird feeder I made for the sparrows.


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By adinamiti
Part of the barbeque grill in my yard.


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By flfwrs
Garden shed in Fall


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By theherbgirl
Frost covering old tractor equipment used to landscape out in the garden.


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By flfwrs
Frog in birdhouse


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By JulieQ
Chickamauga Battlefield, Civil War historical park in north Georgia.


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By JulieQ
Deserted corn crib on Minnesota farm.


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By morganc
As the entrance of our strolling flower garden we covered this arch with Hyacinth Bean Vine.


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By MessyMarvin
We were strolling through the streets of San Juan, Puerto Rico when we came across these unusual outdoor structures. They were in a small park with other structures.


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By luvsgrtdanes


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By thirteenball
Night Beauty Negative Pastel


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By blomma
Closeup of Hibiscus moscheutos 'Southern Belle' produces dinner-sized blooms. Hardy down to zone 4.


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By haighr
Welcome Fairies - Just finishing this to put out under the maple tree in spring and then begin planting!


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By DaylilySLP
Botanical Gardens, Ann Arbor, MI


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By DaylilySLP
Botanical Gardens, Ann Arbor, MI


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By ExplorinLauren
The Elusive Pink Elephant


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By ExplorinLauren
My Lucky Toad


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By stamenation
...this is a structure I built out of reclaimed cottonwood branches, of which we have many here in Carnation, Washington...I call it the "Bird Orb Sanctuary"...as I envisioned it to be a safe haven for birds...and intend to grow vines on it next spring...


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By ChicagoKristy
This is my homemade Shabby-Chic bird bath!


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By candlestick
A replica of Frank Lloyd Wright's garden sprite appears to meditate in a sea of lamium. She is backed by a graceful garden wall and intriguing foliage.


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By martagon
Rustic Garden Entrance and willow structures


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By martagon


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By GratefulGardenGirl
Flower Bed


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By GratefulGardenGirl
Cooperative Organic Neighborhood Cutting & Vegetable Garden


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By picabo
My new Chicken house in the Garden


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By Fish_knees
In case Nature calls~~~


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By jcoats123
Nostalgia


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By Audrey
gazebo

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