~Junk In The Garden~

January 31st, 2010 in member junk     
OnEaglesWings OnEaglesWings, member
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Abandoned Bee Skep as focal point in herb garden
Got mail?  Well, no, but great place to store garden tools!
Scafolding makes great garden bench
Abandoned Bee Skep as focal point in herb garden

Abandoned Bee Skep as focal point in herb garden


I love to incorporate 'the unexpected' in my garden.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, cottage, outdoor spaces

Comments (15)

Stile writes: Spring just around the corner and I will be headed out to our yard. Appreciating the photos showing off your great ideas, you've given me some light bulb moments for ways to set off spots of interest in my yard. Posted: 3:13 pm on March 17th
suewhitney writes: Beautiful! That bee skep is to die for. LOVE!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 12:52 pm on February 2nd
junkermidge writes: Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful! I love it all, but especially the bee skep and the scaffolding bench (always wanted to make one but can't ever get the scaffolding -- congrats).
Midge Posted: 9:02 pm on February 1st
junktiqueboutique writes: beautiful. I collect old mail boxes also. They hold birdseed and bread while the feeders are full. I like your rake head peeking through too. Posted: 6:45 pm on February 1st
fellowjunker writes: Wonderful weathered pieces.....they look fabulous in your garden!
xojanis Posted: 1:21 pm on February 1st
RustyDiva writes: Love these pictures! Everything looks perfect mixed with all the greenery. Great ideas and cool "junk"! Posted: 10:42 am on February 1st
TinTinJunkFan writes: Your green thumb is evident in your posts! This is marvelous! Love your garden! Posted: 8:46 am on February 1st
artteachergirl writes: Just today while on a road trip I saw bee skeps sitting near the road in an overgrown area. We commented on them and the faded bird egg blue that was painted on them. Usually they are white. I told my husband I would love one of them for my porch, and here you are with one in your garden! How wonderful!! Posted: 7:24 pm on January 31st
itsnotjunk2me writes: Wow, you have a beautiful garden. The chippy painted bee skep is just perfect for herbs and flowers. Love all your garden pieces.
~judi ;) Posted: 4:24 pm on January 31st
ninnarae writes: Beautiful...what a lovely garden...makes me long for spring! Thanks for sharing! Posted: 3:49 pm on January 31st
alicemom writes: How beautiful! I am so glad you found JMS and are posting these wonderful pictures!!!!!
smiles, alice Posted: 12:45 pm on January 31st
LuAnn writes: Thanks for sharing. It sure help when we're right in the middle of winter. Your garden is beautiful--could sit there for hours.

LuAnn Posted: 12:21 pm on January 31st
MakinItHappen writes: Oh man, this makes me wish even harder for spring! I love your garden. Posted: 11:52 am on January 31st
oldnews writes: Wow, your garden is spectacular! I love everything you've done, it just looks like a place you'd never want to leave! Marie Posted: 11:32 am on January 31st
upyourattic writes: Love these pictueres, especially since we were bombarded with snow last night and it looks like spring will never get here!

The bee skep is to die for and I also love the scaffolding with that luscious plant!

Great job ~ thanks for sharing and brightening up my day!
Patti Posted: 9:39 am on January 31st
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