Things I want in my garden

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a blue sculpture sitting in the middle of a pond
Garden Sculpture and Ornament in metal
art for gardens and pools a dragonfly sculpture and ornament
large green leaves are stacked on top of each other
Plascon Colour Candy: Lucky Green - Colour Trends
[Hosta - green supreme]... Outstanding green-on-green color; big bang for your buck eye-catcher in the shade garden
a large glass bowl sitting on top of a rock covered ground next to grass and bushes
Volute Water Feature by Tills Innovations
Volute Water Feature by Tills Innovations
a green house sitting next to a brick building with the words, considerations before building lean to greenhouse
White Cottage Greenhouses - Bespoke traditional greenhouses
Edwarian mono-pitch lean to
some white flowers are growing in the dirt
A white hosta, I never imagined! This Filigree Hosta Plant is perfect! #zulilyfinds
two blackberries are being held in the palm of someone's hand
Blackberry 'Karaka Black'
Blackberry Karaka Black - I need to get some of these, they are huge! // Great Gardens & Ideas //
a hand is holding some green and white cucumbers
Thing You Must Plant This Instant: Cucamelons
They’re grape-sized watermelons that taste like cucumbers with a tinge of lime. And they’re totally easy to grow.
many red strawberries are scattered on a blue surface with white dots in the middle
True Blue Me & You DIYs for Creatives
Brilliant! Stones painted as strawberries when put around strawberry plants in the spring will keep birds from eating your berries when they ripen because the birds will think the ripened berries are stones
a close up view of strawberries with green leaves
Trying a Pineberry is officially on my next year's garden list. A white strawberry with red seeds...that tastes like a pineapple!
three different views of the same plant
Curly succulent.... Moraea Tortilis - common name spiral grass. (Wow, love it!)
a close up view of a large green plant
Spiral Succulent. Where oh where can I find you locally to add to my succulent collection?
a bee sitting on top of a yellow flower
Pesticide Isolated as Cause of Bee Colony Collapse. Study by the Harvard School of Public Health the pesticide imidaclopid is responsible for the loss. With bees pollinating over one third of our plants, their loss equals billions of agricultural losses.
a plant that is growing out of some rocks
Oh I gotta have these! Starfish succulents.