Old Primitive Chair doubles as an American themed planter. Nothing (hardly) is trash for me. I lined the bottom of this old rustic chair with chicken wire and made it into a beautiful americana piece for our landscaping.
Love it...Remove seat, attach 1/2 wire mesh to create a flower 'bed' Excellent!
My (mosaic chick design)flower bench. Flea market find (back was loose) so it was cheap. Chicken wire box frame, lined with moss from Michaels, miracle grow soil, walmart plants. The cat is a 50 cent thrift store find. This pic is from right after I planted it in May. HINT...make sure hubby puts it away in the shed, and not behind it during winter! Snow killed this beauty :( it's now in pieces.
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Shoe Planters Drill a few holes in the bottom for proper drainage, and you’ve got a charming little container! This works well for plants...
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Hosta filled shade garden PLANT LIST A. 50 Greater periwinkle (Vinca major): Zones 7–11 B. 3 Hosta ‘Night Before Christmas’: Zones 3–8 C. 4 Hosta ‘Halcyon’: Zones 3–8 D. 3 Hosta ‘Tokudama Aureonebulosa’: Zones 3–8 E. 1 Hosta ‘Paul’s Glory’: Zones 3–8 F. 3 Hosta ‘Undulata’: Zones 3–8
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Shade garden with flowers and colorful foliage - for areas that receive shade throughout the day with some sun in the morning and late afternoon. Plants that like shade/part shade: Hostas, Lamium, Astrantia, Ajuga, Astilbe, Lily of the Valley, Heuchera, Pulmonaria, Japanese Painted Fern, & Dicentra.
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Shade flowers, from left to right: 1. bergenia 2. hellebore 3. chinese ground orchid 4. heuchera 5. epimedium 6. dead nettle 7. solomon's seal 8. trillium 9. lady's slipper 10. bunchberry 11. checkered lily 12. pulmonaria