Gardening With Junk

June 18th, 2010 in member junk     
CountryJunkSale CountryJunkSale, member
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Had to move some good sized rocks for this Garden.
We plant perennials in the ground and use junk for annuals.
The pond is lined with small rocks to hide the liner
Had to move some good sized rocks for this Garden.

Had to move some good sized rocks for this Garden.


One of my spring projects was to get some landscaping done around the barn, before our June Country Junk Sale. On one side, I built a fieldstone terrace alongside the lane and in a low spot on the other side I put in a small pond, using a salvaged pond liner. I picked it up at an estate sale for just $10! I finished off my part and Cindy got busy and started filling them with plants and junk. You can see them up close, at our Country Junk Sale, June 25th and 26th.


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Comments (8)

MarcioWilges writes: I have seen quite a few projects turning a junkyard into a beautiful garden. I really wonder how people can achieve such amazing transformations. If it was me, I would have already called in the moving and removal services to have everything disposed of before I either fill up the hole or simply leave the area bare and open like that. I guess with passion and dedication, you can achieve anything. Posted: 11:04 pm on December 14th
junkermidge writes: Everything looks so inviting! I hope your sale is a great success!
Midge Posted: 7:03 pm on June 19th
MakinItHappen writes: What a beautiful place you have! Posted: 5:43 pm on June 18th
karilelek writes: WOW!!! Posted: 2:43 pm on June 18th
RustyDiva writes: I've wanted to do this with my yard since I bought my house 2 years ago. It's just sooooooo hot and I don't do well in heat ~ it wilts me! I seem to get a burst of energy in the Fall so maybe then I can tackle it. Your yard looks great! Love all the junk and I know you put a lot of work into it. Posted: 11:20 am on June 18th
Prior writes: What a great spot. Lezlee Posted: 11:19 am on June 18th
junqueartiste writes: I really like this pond...hope to someday do the same. Posted: 10:44 am on June 18th
chippingcharm writes: Looks great...you and Cindy make a great team :) See you soon, Laurel Posted: 7:54 am on June 18th
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