This week, I'm going to show another garden I visited last month during our citie's annual Backyard Garden Habitat Tour.
This yard had many conversation areas. This simple little sign led us to their first area, along with a small foot bridge that passed over a faux stream.
On the other side of the picket fence is another conversation area. A few of the gardens on the tour had fire pits raised like this one. I think we may do this to ours. I have been moving ours around the yard to avoid burning the grass in one place, but I think I'll find a permanent place and do this. There's a lot more stones and pebbles than what I would like in my yard . . . but difference is what makes the gardens interesting.
They also used landscape stones to make raised flower beds.
Another foot bridge with a small stream
I thought this was a cute idea - a small clay pot upturned on a section of rebar for focal interest
Another area to sit and enjoy the surroundings
The last gathering area in their yard - a pond, with an Asiatic feel to it
I've seen the forms to make these foot path stones, but had never seen them used in a garden
I thought this path turned out really nice using the stone path forms
Thank you to Jean, of Ms Green Thumb for hosting Bloomin' Tuesday !