How to grow JUNK in your garden

I have a litte garden trick I play. When the plants are still fairly young, I'll place selected junk pieces among the young blooms to fill up the garden beds. Not only will your garden look more lush, you'll have some cool stuff to look at too!

Here's my own collection of garden junk, including a HomeTalk clipboard!
A HomeTalk clipboard of YOUR cool garden junk!
My little pallet walkway was quick, easy and free!
This drill handled toolbox is perfect for fresh cut flowers from the garden.
Plant your own herb garden in old kettles! I did. :)
My junky shed out back makes for one pretty cute focal point.
These rusty old headboards were perfect to hold up my sweetpeas!
I call the ladder filled birdhouses the Birdie Hotel. Sadly, the bees generally book the pent house..
You'd never know there was a crusty old wheelbarrow underneath these blooms gone wild.
My own entire collection of gardening tips are at:
Donna at Funky Junk Interiors
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  • Pat Ruge Pat Ruge on Apr 28, 2016
    I love, love, love the title "How to grow junk in your garden", just as much I love, love, love what you have done with all your funky junk.
  • Anita Minton Anita Minton on Feb 11, 2017
    The dog ain't bad either, lol. Beautiful.