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Garden Photo of the Day

Garden Photo of the Day

Dreamy garden ornaments you can BUY!

comments (3) April 18th, 2011 in blogs
MichelleGervais Michelle Gervais, Senior Editor
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I visited Bedrock GardensJill Nooney's garden in Lee, New Hampshire, last year and fell in love with these gem stems. They're made from glass deck prisms, and look amazing in Jill's woodland. Jill's an amazingly talented sculptor, and her creations are some of the most imaginitive garden ornaments I've ever seen. Click through the other photos to see some of her work.

Welcome to the Fine Gardening GARDEN PHOTO OF THE DAY blog! Every weekday we post a new photo of a great garden, a spectacular plant, a stunning plant combination, or any number of other subjects. Think of it as your morning jolt of green.

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Comments (3)

ppinnc writes: Am I the only reader who has trouble viewing the thumb nails?? I am only able to view the large picture and when I click on one of the smaller pictures the screen jumps to a listing to look at previous postings. Help !! Would love to see all the pix w/o going to the link. Posted: 4:56 pm on April 18th
sheilaschultz writes: Jill has some really fun pieces, the large ones especially! Posted: 2:26 pm on April 18th
ncgardener writes: Those are so cute. I like the last one the best though, the "family of tin men". She is a amazing artist, sculpturess and conceptional designer. Posted: 5:44 am on April 18th
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