There is also the coolest mix of sculpture and unexpected elements to be found in this garden.
This cherub appears to watch over the plants lovingly planted in this garden.
A red sole pump on the deck railing holds succulents!!
You can stroll through the garden on lovely hand laid stones walkways.
There are glorious bursts of color among the many shades of green found here.
This pond, is a dry stack stone water feature (dry stack means no adhesive was used), another of Richard's creations. The pond is home to very large, very colorful Koi.
This lovely yard unexpectedly slopes down to a creek that borders the back of the property. You can wander down to the creek on a lovely hand laid ( yep, Richard again) stone walkway. If you'd like, you can stop half way down and have a cup of tea on a small stone patio. Or skip the climb down to the creek and relax on this patio...
The varied shades of green really jump out at you. Do you see what I see on a stone wall, looking at me?
More amazing colors!
While most of my posts are about projects that I have completed I wanted to do something a little different. I wanted to show the many facets to creativity. It doesn't always involve paint, screws, beads and glitter, it's more a case of whatever the mind creates and then brings into being.