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John Ahearn art work

may try to do this with the gloves and hypertufa recipe. Would be cute for birdseed or succulents. Now I need to find the hypertufa recipe.

If you have any mirrors that you're not using any longer why not add them to your garden or backyard. These mirror ideas for your garden will surprise you.

18 Dazzling Mirror Ideas for Your Garden

Artist Harumi Yukutake constructed a magical-looking house covered with thousands of round mirrors. Each mirror was unique because it was hand cut by the artist.

Beautiful stacked stone archway

i'd like to do an entrance to our backyard in a similar manner. You won’t find any locks on these beautifully mystical moon doors (otherwise known as moon gates), a traditional design element of Chinese gardens.

The Lost Gardens of Heligan

Woodland sculptures: carefully groomed moss art in the Lost Gardens of Heligan (England). Side note: Moss obtains nutrients from the air because they have no true roots. Plants require nothing more than shade, acidic soil, and adequate moisture to flou


A parliament of junk art owls by Kathysgardengart gardenart recycled metal owls

Well... if you can't cut it down.... decorate it... :) burned designs into the wood of dead trees... I would also add some flower pots for some color...

Would look awesome on some of the dead trees in woods behind house. Dead trees with wood burned art

hmmm...not a labyrinth, but I already built one of those at church, so I guess this is good enough for the garden. #PinMyDreamBackyard #succulent_garden_art

Rock Spiral Garden LOVE this so much! Our yard 'grows' river rocks, so we have plenty to do this!

Marble Garden Globe -  DIY this with some E-6000 adhesive, an old thrift store bowling ball, marbles, and a lot of time.

Cool and Unique DIY Garden Globes

Dishfunctional Designs: The Upcycled Garden II-Bowling ball + 714 marbles = unique garden art

DIY Garden Stone by beautiful girl

This is AWESOME! - With the arrival of rains and falling temperatures autumn is a perfect opportunity to make new plantations

Grow moss on rocks, pots, bricks. 1part moss (blend in blender till creamy consistency) 1 part sugar 2 parts beer, stir together and put where u want, mist to keep moist

DIY Moss for the Garden. Blend up 1 Part Moss, 1 Part Sugar, 2 Parts Beer. pour or brush over pots, stone or pavers & moss will grow! Aah, read the post. via DIY Backyard Gardening