I didn't do any of it.
|We recently had the doors on our shed replaced, the bottoms were rotting. But they still make a good backdrop for garden ornaments!|
It was bright and sunny and in the 60s, perfect gardening weather. I did go out there, but I didn't plant any plants, or redo the hoophouse, or transplant anything.
|I basically just hauled a bunch of stuff out of the shed and arranged it.|
I have been collecting/hoarding a stash of junk, or junque, or garden art, for a while now, and have put up very little of it. But I've also been pinning lots of images of garden art, and when I got up this morning I just opened up the shed where it has all been hiding, and hauled it all out, and set it up. I had some partially formed ideas for what I was going to do, but then, you know what? I just kind of looked it all over, and let it speak to me.
|I bought the 3 sun faces with color in them at the NWFGS. The wrought iron piece at the top came from Second Use in Seattle, a salvage store.|
|I like round things!|
|I need to get a couple of little pots to go with this metal sun.|
|I bought that milk jug recently too, from an antique emporium in Auburn, WA called Ye Olde Barn Emporium.|
|This pink colander makes a perfect well-drained container for a succulent-like Lewisia.|
|This pot, complete with plants, was another craigslist find.|
|I've had this fairy stake forever, she came from Massachusetts with me.|
|I need to find a better spot for this birdhouse. Although the birds have ignored the two birdhouses I've put up in protected spots. Maybe they'll take to this one at ground level.|
All in all, I had a very satisfying day arranging stuff. The list can wait.