It’s a busy week around our place, with working during the day and helping at vacation bible school in the evening, so I’m keeping things short and sweet this week here at We Call It Junkin with photos of a private daylily garden I recently had the pleasure of seeing. Parts 1 and 2 appeared earlier this week, and you can see them in the navigation at the bottom of this post. Let’s see what this garden that’s been cultivated by a talented lady for forty years has to show us today!
This next flower bed has a farming theme. It was just the cutest thing!
This rooster is made from a shovel, a wrench, rebar, and the curly q’s from an old screen door. How clever is this? I want to make one!
Here are some shovel faces, made with all sorts of discarded and well-worn tools. If you’re using Google Chrome as your browser, you should be able to mouse-over the photo, and a Pinterest button should come up, in case you’d like to Pin this for later reference.
Whew! This place just goes on and on, doesn’t it? I should have asked how many acres the garden covers. Tomorrow I’ll be showing you the last of my photos, including a visiting bee and another use for a dead tree (like we saw in Part 1).
Thanks for joining me! I hope you’re staying cool, wherever you are!
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