If you have a tricycle in the basement that everyone is too big for, put it out in the garden and enjoy it there.
These boots were made for walkin’, but now they’re garden shoes…
A well thought out framed garden vignette.
I adore mirrors in the garden. Make sure they aren’t facing sun. Don’t want a fire. Don’t know quite how that works. But the mere thought scares me!
Galvanized anything is “in.” I love the natural patina of these old vintage pieces. Love them even more in the garden.
Got a collection of bird houses? Put them together and they look twice as good. Maybe even three times.
I don’t think I’ll ever tire of making fairy gardens. It’s a little bit of magic in a busy world.
Take an easel, and a frame, and an old drawer, and use your imagination to create a work of art. Surrounded by lush plants.
My first husband spent the majority of his time on the golf course. He took me a time or two, but somehow I was never able to make contact with the ball! I like them much better here, don’t you?
A garden of hostas. Mounds of beauty mixed with old farm implements.
…Sweet Garden Love…
(All of these images I found at www.fleamarketgardening.org)