Enchanted Garden for Krisan
I bet you could actually grow plants that would look like this art piece. I'm pretty sure your toes are also green. Me? I'm pretty sure I could kill a plastic plant.
Creeping Jenny Often used as groundcover or as an accent plant in containers, Creeping Jenny fares excellently when used in water gardening applications. Its round, shiny Chartreuse leaves clasp to each side of its stem creating a wonderful chain that cascades over sides of tubs or trails along rocks in a pond.
Creeping Jenny or Moneywort, Lysimachia nummularia. Creeping Jenny enjoys very moist soil or water up to one-inch deep, making it an excellent choice for use as a marginal plant in your water garden. Growing approximately two inches in height, Creeping Jenny is a great filler to soften edges of rocks, its cheerful, bright leaves creating a vivid contrast against the cool grays of wet stone. Tiny, delightful yellow flowers appear throughout the summer, providing added beauty and interest.
Don't know if this is the original configuration but I want it!
Galvanized Steel Raised Beds. Great idea! Easy on the back, keep weeds down.... attractive, too! I'm wondering how long they last? No instructions on how to make them on the blog post but it can't be difficult. There is a gallery of other raised beds for inspiration gathered by the blogger. Thanks to my friend, Nicole, for pinning this!
How to Create a Living Miniature or Fairy Garden That Will Last for Years. PDF Download for Inground or in a Container by Janit Calvo