The darker side of garden decor - black plant and flower varieties, vicious vines, gargoyles, moonlit gardens, and other whimsical findings to help attract creatures of the night...
Light wire birdcages or glass terrarium houses with solar string lights if you want to place them in the garden...
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Columbine Seeds | 38 Varieties | Perennial Flower Seeds
Beautiful bluestone patio with a mossy aged feel to complement unique plant arrangements.
Weekend Project: How to Build a Flagstone Patio...Fast!
Spooky Fall Dried Flower Centerpiece
DIY concrete garden path of leaves... Plan path by marking your stride, and cut a 3" hole for each leaf shape. Fill bottom inch with builder's sand and the next .5" with peagravel. Pour quick-set concrete mix and shape with gloved hand. Either press large leaf, vein side down, on top or draw veins with wooden or metal skewer. Cover with burlap and keep moist for a week while it cures.
DIY Concrete Stepping Stones - these imprints are rhubarb leaves, but you can create any shape or design...
Shiny, wrinkly, globular bugleweed Ajuga reptans 'Black Scallop' is a perennial groundcover that adds dark color and texture to a Halloween garden. Other cultivated varieties of Ajuga have dark red, purple or bronze leaves, including 'Burgundy Glow', 'Bronze Beauty', and 'Catlin's Giant'. The texture and color of this particular bugleweed are a perfectly creepy choice.
The conservatory in Jasper Conran’s country estate, Ven House in Milborne Port, Somerset - as featured in The World of Interiors.
The Caledonian Mining Expedition Company: Ven House
Vintage galvanized containers - beautiful look for showcasing your plants and flowers without plastic or painted clay pots.