Sometimes you don't even want a little house in the garden. You want a nest. Well, this one is for you...

Sometimes you don't even want a little house in the garden. You want a nest. Well, this one is for you...

Moon Bridge - Isamu Taniguchi Japanese Garden, Austin, TX - Opened to the public in 1969, the Garden was built by Mr. Taniguchi when he was seventy years old. Working without a salary or a contract, Mr. Taniguchi spent 18 months transforming 3 acres of rugged caliche hillside into a peaceful garden.  #TaraMedium

Moon Bridge - Isamu Taniguchi Japanese Garden, Austin, TX - Opened to the public in 1969, the Garden was built by Mr. Taniguchi when he was seventy years old. Working without a salary or a contract, Mr. Taniguchi spent 18 months transforming 3 acres of rugged caliche hillside into a peaceful garden. #TaraMedium

The round mirror on the top part of this gate creates the illusion that you are walking through to another lush part of the garden by reflecting the plants.

The round mirror on the top part of this gate creates the illusion that you are walking through to another lush part of the garden by reflecting the plants.

trellis tree by Frank Leahy, creating a border, a gate, a special nook....

trellis tree by Frank Leahy, creating a border, a gate, a special nook....

We've got abundant downed wood from our woods that can be repurposed into many wonderful things, such as fencing, garden posts, and something like this charming garden arbor.  If you're using your arbor to grow and support grapevines, just be sure you bury your posts deep enough to bear the weight of the grown vines.  Or just decorate it with lightweights like morning glories, clematis and nasturtium!

Rustic and Simple Arbor Ideas

We've got abundant downed wood from our woods that can be repurposed into many wonderful things, such as fencing, garden posts, and something like this charming garden arbor. If you're using your arbor to grow and support grapevines, just be sure you bury your posts deep enough to bear the weight of the grown vines. Or just decorate it with lightweights like morning glories, clematis and nasturtium!

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