You may have noticed that I love plants. I love buying them, planting them, watering them, gazing on them, smelling them, and just sitting and watching them grow. But I believe is necessary to have more than plants to make an interesting and unique garden. I believe in adding garden art.
Now don’t get me wrong. As much as I love my garden art, you can get too much! The picture below is a house in my old neighborhood where there is not one square foot of ground that doesn’t have a statue on it. It is kitschy overload!
I am going for a much more restrained look here. Although, you may disagree once you get further along in this post. LOL
Finding unique art pieces for my garden, which is about an acre, is a fun past time and can lead to the designing of a whole new garden!
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Generally speaking, I like my art to be in a flowerbed, as part of a garden area.
My garden is always evolving. And in my mind I have major plans, with paths leading to different sections, and surprises around every bend.
I am pleased with how far it has come along in the 5 summers we have lived here, but I am excited to see where it goes in the next 5.