Statues in the Garden - Not Just for Ancient Romans Anymore

If I could get a statue like this with a space or hole to plant a vine (even if I drill my own) this would be an interesting feature in the garden just to watch the 'hair' grow!

Love the moss.

For the Garden. My grandmother had similar statutes in her garden (each one represented a different season). For the Garden. My grandmother had similar statutes in her garden (each one…

Obstacles that keep blocking me from full and complete well-being in every area of my life - meet my friends Gansha and Sori, we make a kicka$$ team.

Ganesh: protects the traveller! - image to accompany the Elephant-Ganesh necklace

Four elements of Japanese gardens Each item in a Japanese garden, whether it's a full yard or just the corner of one, is deliberately planned and placed to create a serene feeling conducive to meditation. Most Japanese gardens use four elements: stones, plants, color and water. See the next slides for ideas on incorporating these elements into a garden.

A Japanese Meditation Garden

Each item in a Japanese garden, whether it's a full yard or just the corner of one, is deliberately planned and placed to create a serene feeling conducive to meditation. Most Japanese gardens use four elements: stones, plants, color and water.

For my gothic garden

concrete skull garden border creepy, but in a neat way perfect for a poison garden

Little Buddha statue at Okunoin, Koyasan, Wakayama, Japan

Buddha statue at Okunoin, Koyasan, Wakayama, Japan twist- green tones, old & worn like the door. It's rusted & cracked charm only enhances the beauty.

Mossy Jizo statues at Otagi Nenbutsu-ji temple, Kyoto, Japan. For a shady spot

Garden heads Mossy Jizo statues at Otagi Nenbutsu-ji temple, Kyoto, Japan

Mystical Garden Art Sculptures with Mannequins -

Beautiful mermaid made from an old, used mannequin. this website sells used mannequin pieces! it is creepy/amazing, and it gives me some ideas could use dollar store skeleton skull also


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