Driftwood fits perfectly with most garden designs and establishes an inspirational garden setting.
Hang it on the fence, move the piece around different beds, plant flowers and trees around your found driftwood … it is a fast way to decorate your garden.
Finding Driftwood: At the beach is the cheapest way … but at your upscale garden center you may find they sell driftwood, some in cedar which can be rot resistant .. best call around first to your save time!
Weeping Birch Tree is great feature tree in one’s garden with it’s graceful drooping downward branches.
This church landscape design features a large wood cross left to weather grey.
A Weeping Birch tree can be found in most garden nursery centres .. not so much in the big box building stores!
This garden landscape feature includes a wooden bench incorporated into the trellis and railings of the deck.
A creeping vine helps create a natural setting and provides welcome shade.
A great spot to rest your weary legs on a hot summer day!
Landscape design idea: Using Cedar tree in combination with Cedar Wood planter on porch – planters will naturally grey unless stained. Best have a plastic liner or drop in tray to maintain cedar boxes.