Some more little people peeking out of the sedum
The geese used to be dressed when they belonged to my sister-in-law's mother but now hosta will do!
Old tools hanging over the vegetable garden
Grass growing up through a small vintage bike
Old popcorn popper with colored eggs
An old stove with an angel watching
Supposedly it was used by my mother and aunt to make starch, hooked up to a gas line in the basement.
Fencing is a great way to identify different rooms and uses in your garden.
The arbor has Autumn Clematis growing on it which will bloom in August and September.
I just love those birds!
I have come to the realization that most of the containers we use are too small. This is a new one on the front porch area, looks very large doesn't it?
However, when you back up, let's say to the middle of the street, the container is seen in a new perspective, not too big at all.
Blue is a favorite color in this garden.
A memorial garden for a treasured mother
The daylilies I bought for this garden are called Addie Branch Smith.
Seating is important in a garden whether it is real or imagined.
Terra Cotta Pottery with Mexican tiles applied all around
I leave you with some views of the pond and the borders.
Hopefully, this is not a plan but an inspiration!