I so want this in my own yard someplace. Saw this on the Ken-Ton Garden Tour this past summer. Gotta find me some old pickets. I would use more subtle “worn-looking” paints – maybe even stains. Then I gotta figure out where I’d put something like this. I’m running out of wall space on the outside of my house.
Outdoor rooms deserve to have walls filled with art. Below are some of the art I have hanging around outside.
A gift handmade by the Garden Fairies of Florida, a rag-tag group of artistically-inclined,
colorful gardeners around Tarpon Springs, FL. When presented, I was told the city should
be giving me a plaque for my leadership with Garden Walk Buffalo and the
National Garden Festival for so many years. Because this is an original piece of art,
no plaque from a corporate-gift-trophy-making company could ever be better than this.
to hang above it. I’m thinking a bell without a clapper.
antique glass telephone pole insulators I found when I was a kid.
like a room. Next year, we’re hoping to get rid of the plastic chairs and get
some substantial outdoor chairs. Also thinking about staining the fence behind
the mirrors a subtle blue to continue the theme of the “blue room.”
and nasturtium here EXPLODED this year, but the mandevilla were wimpy at best.
This bothers my wife to no end. It’s not symmetrical. The last two posters to fill it in
can’t be there quick enough for her. It’s a slight OCD thing I think.
This comes inside for the winter.
What’s hanging in your garden?