I have a habit of sticking plants into containers where they have no business being. I just did another one. I found this supposedly "Buddha bust" in a decorator store with a large crack across its head and picked it up for a fraction of its original price. I sawed the top of the head clean off, filled it with planting medium and plucked a blue fescue into it. I call it the Punk Buddha.www.averagjoe.com/0719pSome of the other things I posted before:www.averagjoe.com/garden_whimsy.html ~aj
Some of the other things I posted before:www.averagjoe.com/garden_whimsy.html I like the conch shell the best followed by the free form ones. The shell is really cool, though.Kathleen
I really enjoy your creativity and inspiration.Those whimsical plantings really add a lot of charm and personality to the garden.I'm going to search the garage now.bigpix
Great ideas, aj! I'm inspired now! :)Zee
What great ideas! I have part of an old chimney pipe, very rusted, waiting for...something! I think I will make some sort of planter out of it! Thanks for the inspiration!StB.
Your planters are wonderful! You certainly have a vivid imagination for neat places to put your plants. Nice photos too.I will be more careful in the future of what I am throwing out.Birgit
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