Welcome to my garden shed…
The possibilities that a garden shed hold…I never understood it until I actually had one. It’s not only practical as my workshop especially during the holidays, but it also serves as a sanctuary for me, my plants and the imagination of my grandchildren.
Of course the aesthetics of a rustic garden shed makes your heart leap! At least it does mine.
So let me introduce you to Mr. Clydesdale in April!
I’ve blogged about my shed in the past and just how freaking cool it is… but I’m going to show you a lot of pictures of how it’s just starting to blossom…I’m smiling as I’m typing…I’m thinking I’m clever but I know I’m really just a dork!
Something about planting flowers in a distressed wood flower box is just an awesome feeling. It just makes you smile!
And that’s what Mr Clydesdale is all about.
If you remember from our original blog post on the shed, our Granddaughter Hannah named Her shed Mr Clydesdale as a 3 year old and I think it’s fitting!
I use ladders in my garden for displaying and storing flower pots, Birdhouses and various other items I find along the way!
So here are some different views in and around my shed…Even thought your garden is little doesn’t mean it can’t make a big impact!
My Potting bench is made out of cast off windows for the roof and reclaimed lumber. There is an old sink that I can use to wash off the dirt of my tools and sore flowers waiting to be planted!
I also plant in my shed as well or use it to create items for the girls fairy garden.
And Birdhouses are a must of course in any garden!
I like to create my garden spaces from a kids eye view…get down and see what they see!
And Just Wait…Magic Happens!!
And using discarded unwanted items… giving them a new life!
Sinks,Desks and Outhouses,
fill my garden with fun and unique ways to display my flowers and garden equipment!
So next time you pass something left on the curb…think how you might give it new life in your garden!
And don’t be intimidate by size! if you have a large garden or a tiny one like me, don’t let that limit you to what you can create along your garden path!
So although I’ve just started in my garden to wake it up for Spring…I thought I would share it with you now.
I’ll be adding throughout the upcoming months, filling every space with new treasures.
So get your hands dirty…your garden is calling to you!