We're visiting Terie Rawns garden in Newfield, New York, again today to take a look at her creative birdbath treatment. Terie says, "Shortly after our house was built it was time to turn our attention to the yard. In 1990 the first garden to take shape was in the middle of the backyard. The ground had a gradual grade so adding a bit of soil to their roots didn't prove to be a threat to the trees. When it became evident that our cat was not going to allow the birds a drink I placed a purple bowling ball ($3 yard sale find) in the center of the birdbath for added interest." A clever way to make lemonade from lemons, Terie! **Check out the captions for more info on the photos**

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