I have had this potting sink for several years now. It’s a fun display piece. The cabinet door frame project with the B from 2014 is still a popular post on my blog.
The Black Eyed Susan containers and trellis’s are new this year from a garage sale. The window frame planter was part of my winter wonderland Christmas mantel in 2015.
Gold Dust Mercardonia is one of the underused annuals I covered on my blog this year. The little mounding plant is covered with small yellow blossoms.
This is the thrift shop banana tree Chick Starter that I made earlier this year using the Mod Podge image transfer method.
The weathered gray bistro set was from a neighbor’s garage sale in 2015.
This small flower bed is planted with fuchsia supertunias, Margueritte Daisies Butterfly, and Crazytunia Sparky in the enamelware coffeepot on a stool.
The rusty cultivator part is new to my junk gardens this year.
This junk garden vignette with fuchsias, impatiens, coleus, and creeping Jenny is situated on the northwest corner of my house.
My front yard border is always a mix of annuals, perennials and junk. I add vertical interest with signs, a stepladder, funnel planters, and tall perennials.
I use bright colored annuals to keep the border interesting all summer long.
Asiatic Lilies are a favorite in my front border.
A stenciled shovel head from a garage sale fills in a gap in the border.
My wheelbarrow is an old favorite of mine. It is my very first junk garden piece. The laundry tub is planted with white Margueritte daisies and nicotiana.
My deck is on the west side of my house, off the kitchen.
My white garden bike basket planter has shade loving fuchsias.
I love red impatiens best of all shade loving annuals.
This year I planted wax begonias with the hostas and sedums here.
Rusty milk cans, chicken feeders and galvanized mop buckets along the side of the deck.
Succulents in and among an old typewriter.