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RE: using junk in the garden


I am not a gaudy gardener usually. Somehow things sound cute in my head,
but when I do it... well that what it looks like... a pile of junk
sitting there. I envy those who can take an old something or other and
make it fit in and look cute.


> Donna, some of those old hub caps might look a bit like metal flowers
> you
> painted a yellow center on them and stuck them on a stake.  And the
> bowling
> pins!  What fun to put them apart, looking much like a split and if
> have
> an OLD bowling ball, put it half way down a strip border!  You might
> well
> have fun with them!  (I've also seen hubcaps shined up and used as
> ornaments
> on privacy fences the way plates are sometimes hung on walls.
> Only you can tell if you'd like some humor in your landscape.  :>D
> Blessings,
> Bonnie (SW OH - zone 5)

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