Do you have pieces of garden art in your outdoor space? I have a few pieces and am always on the lookout for unique examples of artwork to use in my garden.
The past few weeks, I saw some great examples while out and about that I would love to share with you.
Unique Garden Art
You may have seen the popularity of large clocks being displayed indoors, but I would love this one hanging on my outdoor patio.
The clock face was made out of plywood, painted and textured with antique garden tools arranged around it.
Who knew that old horseshoes could be used to make barrel cactus?
I must confess that at first, I didn’t know that these were made from horseshoes at first glance – but, I would certainly love one in my garden.
Javelina may be the bane of many southwestern residents when they come and eat their plants.
However, I think that some people wouldn’t mind having this one hanging around.
Can you tell what it is made out of ?
An old palm tree root!
The roots were used to mimic the rough coat of a javelina.
Lastly, rusted metal art is all the rage and you can find it in the shape of plants and animals.
I did love this group of jackrabbits and could just picture one sitting underneath my palo verde tree.
How about you?
Do you have any unique pieces of garden art?