You don’t have to spend a lot of money or time creating a striking focal point in your garden. Designer Nancy Ondra leaves this yellow watering can on a post in her garden, where it’s both convenient when she needs it and an eye-catcher when it’s idle. It’s a simple but effective ornament that does double duty.
To see more of Nancy Ondra’s Pennsylvania garden, pick up the September/October issue of Fine Gardening, on newsstands in early August. In it, she’ll show you how to make your garden spectacular in autumn.
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Yes.....I like this idea a lot! Nice to see such a practical
and relatively inexpensive article put to work this way. Also
I like the idea of these old "tools" of the past being taken
care of instead of being cast aside or allowed to deteriorate.
Good going Nancy....we can get along fine.
Love the Stump in the Garden, there is so much you can do in the Garden to create some beauty with them, this is what I see here, Great Photo
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