I dismantle, clean and sort the recycled components of obsolete farm equipment then assemble and weld into a completely unique sculpture. Like pieces in a puzzle I strive to use the agricultural components without changing their original form.
Sometimes size matters, and sometimes a large container is just the size needed to make an impact in the garden. This galvanized steel trough adds the right height and weathered texture alongside a collection of terra-cotta containers.
A sunnier and more exposed portion of the garden required an alternative plant palette. Tough, hardy succulents, including blue chalk sticks, Jelly Bean sedums and Crassula erosula, fill these planters. Great place to put starts for a garden!