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Repurposed Antiques ~ I love, love, love the shower head for the pond. That could work well with our "box canyon" water feature!
antique shower head as a CHARMING fountain in your garden pond!!!
Repurposed Antiques: We love to see everyday objects used in new ways. Here, an antique showerhead serves as a unique fountain for a charming backyard pond. Lined with cobblestones, the koi pond attractively anchors one corner of this Indiana lot and adds the soothing sounds of water to the backyard landscape. Siberian irises, water lilies, ferns, and grasses provide lush greenery that softens the rough texture of the surrounding stone surfaces. Test Garden Tip: If you don't have space for a pond, create a water garden in an old barrel or any other watertight container.
This old showerhead in the middle of the garden pond just makes me smile! A little charm and a little whimsy is what every backyard garden needs.
What every fabulous beach house needs: an outdoor shower to wash away the day's sand from your feet!
Cute idea if you have a tree stump in your yard
Shower - outdoor shower. Looks like another pallet and PVC project! Cool ideal.....
succulents as edging
A MUST...to make with kids!!! Adorable fairy garden (with bunting and tire swing!)
The succulent waterfall is cool. Small Terracotta Wall Planter Sand Color. $15.00, via Etsy.
Garden Gate. I like this pattern.
Around Nantucket | Flickr - Best thing about gardening on the Cape...everything bursts into bloom at the same time. Love all this Ladie's Mantel!
Semi enclosed patio with dry stacked walls, pergola with shading green vegetation
I'm not big on Asian decor (I'm already Asian enough) but he's welcomed in my garden any day. :)
garden gates two rather than one - love these
red water pump - I have a friend who used an antique pump and a wood barrel tub to make a water feature in their front yard. Very cute.