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
I love finding unique art pieces for my garden, which is about an acre, so I have plenty of places to use art.
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.
We will be spending our July 4th holiday at my Mama’s in North Carolina. So I won’t be around to visit with you much online. But I will catch up with you when I get back. Enjoy your 4th.