I got a little bit of fall tidying up done on our deck today. I gathered all of the leaves that had landed there and surrounded three amber glass garden towers I made a few years ago. Besides loving amber glass, I adore the top pieces on each of these. I inherited the little vase, bird and small pitcher from my Aunt Iris. The items sat on a pantry shelf for ages.
After they were incorporated in these garden art pieces, I got to see and enjoy them all the time. These towers also look fab when they are actually in the garden, tucked among some orange and red day lilies.
The hardy fuchsia in this pot is still going strong, and we've had one frost so far this fall. They bloom profusely for months and late into the year, long after other blooming shrubs have called it quits.
Here's a closer look at the swell creations in the pot. All three pieces were made by a local artist, Kim Groff-Harrington - a true recycling queen! -- Beth
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