Pinwheel in the garden.
My arbor, placed to take up space on the long empty wall in our back yard. Built by my handy husband, and holding my two favorite bonsai trees, a Chinese Elm and a "Yuri Hime" Japanese Maple. Lavender Trumpet Vine planted on either side. Massarelli fountain in the middle.
Guitar girl playing the blues at Honor Heights garden in Muskogee, OK.
Arkansas River Valley Nature Center welcome statue. A place for observing and learning about nature for young and old.
Sunset on a barn "down in the holler".
A make-shift winter bouquet on a rebar stand.
Lalbagh Botanical Gardens, Bangalore, India
Rebar stands topped off with French wire baskets, as stately as the trees in the background.
Reclaimed by nature. Ta Som, Cambodia
There's always color in my garden now.
A lot of work for a path to ........?
The face of Undine with petunias.
We used a wine stopper instead of a post cap and the squirrels do not try and gnaw at it.
At Selby Gardens, Florida
bronze ant in Lotusland Gardens, Santa Barbara, California
Succulent covered sculpture in San Diego Botanical Gardens
this lil tree frog lives in my bird house right by my wheel chair ramp.
I loved my neighbors garden entry framing the gazebo so much I took a photo and use it for my screen saver!
beautiful summer landscape seen thru a pretty garden stake ornament
Late Summer Kitty with Black-eyed Susans - This garden art is outside one of our bedroom windows and always makes me smile, especially when the Rudbeckia are bloominig near it.
Dingy boat succulent garden
"Love Shack" at dawn in Tilghman's Island Md. on Chesapeake Bay. The Love Shack sits behind our house and is used as a primitive guest cottage (no plumbing).
"Love Shack" - Tilghman's Island, Md in spring. The Love Shack is a primitive guest cottage behind the house (no plumbing).
"Welcome Fairies" - A miniature garden we created to invite fairies into our gardens.
This is a trellis my husband made. Its made from a wagon wheel. The contrast of the Hyacinth Bean growing on it and Beauty Berry growing in front of it work so well together.
This is a bench my husband made. It is a perfect place to rest for a few minutes in the garden. It is all recycled steel.
We made all our outdoor benches with nearby rocks on the property. This one sits under a dogwood tree.
For the birds!
My Fairy Garden Waterfall ...
Calling all gardeners...
Little garden shed
Woodburning Pizza Oven was constructed in the front yard and it took approximately 6 months to complete from start to finish.
my watering can display
Toad house, toad stools and turtle in my shade garden
Sunlit arbors at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum.
Rusty Bee in the late summer border.
Squirrell carving, carved from trunk of a felled tree on Kinnoull Hill, Perth, Scotland
guard of the garden
gazebo and fountain on diamond in Meadville, PA
gazebo on diamond in Meadville, PA
Botanical Gardens, Ann Arbor, MI
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