Back Yard Hostas
Native to eastern Asia, hosta came to the United States in the 1800s. Hostas are prized in the shade garden for their large leaves in different shapes and colors of green, deep blue or creamy variegated. Plants are categorized by common characteristics (species) and cultivated varieties (cultivars). According to the American Hosta Society, there are hundreds of hosta species and thousands of cultivars. www.ehow.com/about_5391375_types-hostas.html#ixzz0qVivJKds In my own backyard Ohio
Metal Art, by D. Goostree
Description: forged iron, miller plasma cut, embossed plate steel, and found objects, all welded with a miller auto set 140 these are 72 inch stylized flowers for the yard or garden Tools and materials used in completing project: gas powered forge, rosebud heating torch, anvil, leg vise, miller auto set 140, plasma cutter, 50 ton air powered press To find and share additional welding project ideas & plans, visit: www.millerwelds.com/interests/projects/ .
Fall Container Gardening Inspiration
I love me some container gardens. Always have. Over the years I have moved quite a bit and they provided me the satisfaction of creating and nurturing a garden - which I love - at times when I didn't even have a yard. Now that fall is here, I've been looking for some creative ideas and ways to put together a cute container garden for outside my front door. I absolutely love the look of the dried flowers and twigs in these elegant, yet simple container gardens from Dirt Simple. Terrain sells…
Fall Planter Ideas - Sand and Sisal
This post brought to you by Miracle-Gro. All opinions are 100% mine. One thing that is so nice about living in the south is that we are able to have grow beautiful flowers in containers throughout the fall and even into the winter! Now that the cooler temperatures are moving in, my backyard patio planters ... Read More about Fall Planter Ideas