Little herbs are tucked into crevices.
Painted rocks, and rock gatherings, are arranged in patterns.
The tree itself boasts a number of paintings with added decorative leaves.
Now all it needs are for the fairies to come.
Readers, don't you just love stumbling upon folk art in the community?
Hum, I'm getting some ideas about my two huge Maple's on Brandon....but I need some, umm, artistic talent first...
What a great find, Lisa. I have a blog friend, Celestina Marie, who paints on magnolia leaves! Hope you have a good day.
Oh Now that is a garden or two fit for a wedding if you know what I mean:) Hug B
Where is this?
Do you think kids did this?
How cool! Looks like fairy land to me!
What fun! Leave it to a couple of old hippies to have such creative fun. =)
They did a good job!
There used to be a guy who molded cow manure in the shape of turtles and you put it in flower gardens to fertilize. They would fit here if kids would leave them alone. They were called turdles.
Ja maar dit is wel leuk.
I think that is just so darn cute. I also love that you typed the word Hippies. :)
One greenhouse near me has an entire section devoted to fairy gardens
I would just love stumbling upon Hippies! One doesn't find many of those in rual NE.
they obviously enjoy it.
I do love folk art. This is a nice find!
Hi Lisa, There are some very creative people in your community.. I love folk art... NEAT!
Been busy this week... Haven't been blogging much.. Let me know if I have missed one you want me to specifically see!!!
OH i LOVE LOVE LOVE!
That is pretty cool!
What lovely folk art! Glad you found it, and enjoyed it, and shared it.
Blessings and Bear hugs!
That is so cool. I love when people do funky things like that.
Oh my gosh, you have found a treasure! Come to think of it, this may be a good and cheap project for you and the boys this summer. I especially like the painted feather and the painted knot in the tree.
That's awesome! Very creative.
Yes, I do love folk art! We have an area near the Capitol that has handmade signs from an elementary school, complete with misspelled words. Anyway, this is so much cooler!
Oh, I would love to play there in the garden! What creative people.
I love that, Lisa. I've never stumbled across anything like it. Thank you so much for sharing! :)
If it is like this, I do!!!!! A town only a few miles from here is very artsy...I should go and bring my camera one of these days...I do love some of their ideas!...:)JP
So creative. I love the idea.
That is total gorgeous!! And happy!
I love this idea! And I think the fairies are already there! You can't see them!
This is terrific... LOved the painted rocks... never really thought of that! Thanks for sharing this art
Now that is one really neat little garden...:)
So cute! I've come across places in Virginia and West Virginia that see to attract hippies. Amenities seem to be local agriculture, an art community, and outdoor recreation!
Well, how COOL is that!! Awesome.
That's a cute little garden!
Looks fairy friendly to me! I have to steer clear of the creative gardens in our neighborhood as my male yellow buffalo dog tends to want to give them his signature shower.
Enjoy your weekend, Lisa.
That is such a fun idea. I bet it gets better and better each year.
I just love to look at things like that - makes me happy - bet the kids loved it.
I had took a "double take" at the radiance of these colors and wondered if you used a filter. Just natural and very nice!
I love it!
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