This award winning outdoor space was created by recycling fallen trees, recycled concrete well cover & discarded lum


This is the home of a Master Gardener who loves to create and recycle hidden treasure from the outdoors and indoors. Colorful outdoor fabrics are durable and tie together natures natural colors. This garden is continually develping and 1000's of hours have already contributed to it's beauty.
My Root Art, from a fallen tree.
Old Well cover coverted to a fire pit with removeable table top.
Gazebo built with fallen recycled trees. In distance the view is highlighted by a large picture frame
The Arbor is also built with fallen tree and muscadine vines pulled from the trees.

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Have a question about this project?

2 questions
  • Char
    on Mar 29, 2016

    How do you stabilize the trunks to form a rigid structure. I live in the far west with a lot of wind

  • Sandy
    on Aug 17, 2017

    Do you have rough dimensions of the gazebo? Height and post to post distance?

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  • Kylene Kay
    on May 12, 2020

    I'm doing something similar as we speak! Between two collapsed farm buildings and a willow tree taken down by a tornado, will emerge my dream garden of a recycled beauty. Thanks so much for the inspiration! Yours is breathtaking and I look forward to seeing more!

  • Decorating Den Interiors
    on May 13, 2020

    So sorry for a tornado!

    But happy my garden has given you some inspiration!! Our journey has truly been a labor of love, progress has been slow, but we love the outcome.

    Enjoy the transformation!

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