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ohhhhh I need one of these in the back yard!!!!!!

The Mud Man and Moss Maiden in the Lost Gardens of Heligan. The so-called Lost Gardens of Heligan were once overgrown, lost and forgotten but are now one of the most popular botanical gardens in the UK.

Subterranean Garden Giant, surfacing for a looksee - this could be a fun hypertufa project.  -  via 7dach

Subterranean Garden Giant, surfacing for a looksee - this could be a fun hypertufa project. - via (inspiration for garden gnomes)

If you have any mirrors that you're not using any longer why not add them to your garden or backyard. These mirror ideas for your garden will surprise you.

18 Dazzling Mirror Ideas for Your Garden

Artist Harumi Yukutake constructed a magical-looking house covered with thousands of round mirrors. Each mirror was unique because it was hand cut by the artist.

Old, old boat into garden sitting area.  really cute idea

Love this boat turned garden sitting area! A great idea for an old boat or some other item repurposed.

Change a tree stump into a beautiful garden house!!

Turn a tree stump into a “gnome home,” or fairy garden. Have to remember this for when I have tree stumps in my yard someday. or trees for that matter.

Nu sur la pelouse

Reclining mud sculpture in the healing herb garden at the Chelsea Flower Show, UK. If this is the type of thing that's at the Chelsea flower show I'd love to go!

Earth Goddess - Atlanta Botanical Garden could I cast a face out of terra cotta?

NastyCobra's Dumping Grounds

Earth Goddess 'mossaic' garden sculpture at Atlanta Botanical Gardens

Here is a simple DIY. These spheres are made with nothing more than chicken wire and spray paint. Adds some whimsy to the yard.

Lovely ideas from a French garden. This is spray-painted chicken wire! Add a wooden craft ball painted in glow in the dark paint to light up at night

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