stacy bass garden I absolutely love this scene. It is like a giant crystal ball surrounded by a peaceful, beautiful garden space. I need some giant crystal balls for my future garden. I'd just make sure to place them somewhere shady/mostly shady, so th
Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt. Set in spooky, captivating Savannah, Georgia, Midnight reads more like a novel than the fascinating true story it really is. Perfect read if youre a fans of books steeped in voodoo and sweet tea!
In the Garden Wrap Bracelet Tutorial (Quilters Connection)
This garden vegetable pasta salad recipe is sooooooooo good! It uses all fresh, summer ingredients that combine to give it the most amazing flavour! It’s loaded with almost all the colours of the rain (Fresh Ingredients Recipes)
Hieronymus Bosch, The Garden of Earthly Delights Hell Print Poster 13"X19"
Tall hedge with Gothic window in a Cotswold garden in the UK. Architect Robert Hardwick designed the house that goes with this garden so he may have also designed this vignette. Photo by Simon Brown. (from House & Garden)
The "Bird Girl" Statue in Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, Georgia. Photo by Jack Leigh; statue from the Trosdal family plot, on the grave of Lucy Boyd Trosdal, and originally designed both as art and as a birdseed holder.
The Garden Tower grows plants vertically, enabling you to grow 50 plants in a very small space -- the ultimate square foot garden with integrated composting! Most container gardens only allow planting on the top. The Garden Tower has 45 openings around.
In addition to recycling plastic bottles and jugs for watering slowly, try to recycle your waste water for the garden. Water collected in rain barrels, or water from the bath or laundry can be used in the garden. I'd probably use glass bottles.
keep shells in open container in fridge. When full, crush shells into small bits and sprinkle around base of plants. Sharp eggshells will deter slugs, snails, and other bugs from nibbling on garden and add touch of calcium to soil.
Pine Cone Mulch - an attractive border and maybe a practical way to keep dogs and cats out of your garden beds. As they breakdown, they will add nutrients to your garden too. Pine cones also look great as a decorative mulch for container gardens.