Folk Art amongst the flowers lends an element of unexpected pleasure to every day spent in the garden.
This vintage kitchen trash can is the perfect planter for a cascading flowers or perhaps a minitaure tree.
Old galvanized and enamel buckets & watering cans can be used for plantings or to create a one of a kind water feature in the garden.
Historic bricks created on nearby Anvil Island at the turn of the last century make the perfect grid for this garden pathway.
Old industrial sites and metal scrap yards provide a myriad of interesting cast offs perfect for creating unique folk art pieces.
Small wooden crates hold colourful ceramic pots perfect for your window sill herb garden. They also make a great little gift for your culinary friends.
Arbors & Pergolas provide the right kind of support for robust climbing plants such as these clematis & honeysuckles. A family of robins return each year to nest and seek refuge amidst in the vines.
Industrial artefacts create interesting focal points in a rustic primitive garden.
Large vintage galvanized wash tubs are highly sought after vessels for little raised gardens. large enough to plant a little tea garden of to contain a wild spreading plant such as those belonging to the mint family.
My favourite colour combo: Red, Yellow & Green. Nature says it best with this wonderful spray of hypericum aka St. John's Wort.