Create

“Half the interest of a garden is the constant exercise of the imagination”  ~Mrs. C.W. Earle

Nature is inspiring. Whether it be the cool morning light shining through the trees, the voluminous white clouds against a bright blue sky, the shape of a beautiful blossom or the excitement of spotting a lovely new songbird in the yard; nature never fails to capture our attention and spark imagination.

This is the place where you will find inspiration to create in and for your garden.

See some creative ideas below that I have tried in our yard:

Watch for more photos and updates on ideas currently in progress..

The frogs found our water garden naturally.  They have lived there for several years now.  They hibernate in the bottom of the barrels over the winter.

The frogs found our water garden naturally. They have lived there for several years now. They hibernate in the bottom of the barrels over the winter.

I used this old fountain as a base for my own min-garden.  I enjoy the contrast between the sculpture and the trailing plants.

I used this old fountain as a base for my own min-garden. I enjoy the contrast between the sculpture and the trailing plants.

 

Inspired by a $5 find at a bargain store, this container and stand became a home to pansies which will bloom throughout the fall, winter and even into spring.  Welcome!

Inspired by a $5 find at a bargain store, this container and stand became a home to pansies which will bloom throughout the fall, winter and even into spring. Welcome!

 

A Bottle Tree lets  your favorite color bloom all season and no watering!

A Bottle Tree lets your favorite color bloom all season and no watering!