Garden Goodies


I love tucking surprises in my garden. They create interest and evoke curiosity. This is just a small sampling of what I have to share on my blog.
http://jannolson.blogspot.com/2014/06/garden-goodies.html
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An old apple ladder is planted with a Jacman Clematis.
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An old mailbox is handy for holding my garden tools.
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A rustic piece of fence and a watering can.
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birdhouse on an old porch pillar.
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Concrete mushrooms.
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An old push mower is buried amongst blooms.

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  • White Oak Studio Designs
    on Jun 24, 2014

    So sweet! I especially love the birdhouse on the old chipped porch pillar.

  • Karen Betts
    on Mar 29, 2016

    Will def add a watering can to my garden this year, using a garden stake like you did...I have one already with this can's name on it ;) Also have a 4 ft. really rustic (white peeling) step ladder for displaying my green wizardry..scored it for $5 at a yard sale...yay me! :) Love all of your ideas! <3

    • Jann Olson
      on Mar 29, 2016

      Thanks for your sweetness Karen. Nothing quite as fun as junk in the garden. :)

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