We got this beautiful wind chime when we were married. Words cannot describe the music it makes. This year I moved it from the porch to the woods, where the wind would hit it. I don't regret that decision. It almost makes the cold wind that has been blowing for days bearable, almost.
I don't remember where I got the turtle, but I have had him a long time. He has many scars. Last year while shopping with my niece she showed me the little metal lady bug below. She has one just like it.
I love adding quotes to the garden. The shovel was an old shovel left behind from firefighters deep in the forest long ago. The board came from an old barn where we used to hunt.
Below, an old NO TRESPASSING sign finds a kinder purpose. The quote has always held a place in my heart, as my husband and I are together for all seasons in a mountain greenery.
I actually have a theme by the greenhouse. I have tried to keep everything around it metal. The old washtub holds my tea garden. The watering can holds the parsley plant that made it through the winter in our kitchen. Below is part of a windmill given to my by our wonderful neighbors. The box was found at an abandon farmstead.
Below, old chimney liners (I think that is what they are) work great as a butterfly attractant or planter. Your choice.
Below was a challenge from my in-laws. They brought two cow waterers and challenged us to make something with them. Lo and behold, a combination bird bath, bird feeder, sign post, and trellis for vines.
I missed some things. I hope some of the decor gave you ideas for your garden. Old or new as long as it is something that catches your eye and brings you happiness is all that matters. What type of art do you have in your garden? I hope your Memorial Day weekend was warmer than ours. I am thankful for all of the veterans who sacrificed for our freedom.