Before the days of your local Agway and the array of plastic products, old farmers intuitively created some pretty neat things. Take for example this stone watering trough. What once proved functional was also aesthetically pleasing. Which leads me to today’s question – can you create, enhance or decorate something native from your landscape? It could be an old tree stump. Just yesterday I spotted the stump of a tree carved into a mushroom. That may not fit your garden style but the point is, with imagination, you can do some pretty creative and whimsical details. As Albert Einstein profoundly stated, “Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life's coming attractions.”
As we leap into summer and all its outdoor fun, remember to pack the imagination in your garden toolbox. Rely on Einstein’s equation - imagination = everything. It’s just the preview of your garden’s coming attractions.
Image by Ann Bilowz © Old stone trough (Ben is wondering if he can use it as a drinking fountain.)
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