5.18.2010

Flora's Secret

Very Mary likes to hide stuff in her garden. You know, like concrete frogs and bleached turtle shells. Like that. Do you hide stuff in your gardens?


7 comments:

see you there! said...

I posted about a "cactus rabbit" yesterday. Does that count? We have an orange hatted gnome that hides from place to place. You never know where it will turn up.

Darla

Rebecca said...

Oooo I love that! If I had a garden, yes, I would have gmome homes and all sorts of crazy stuff. :)

maggiegracecreates said...

Dead plants, killed by black thumb disease, do not hide brick a brack do dads very well at all. Hence - my answer is no.

Crafty Connie said...

Yes, there are hidden Mickey's throughout the garden. Beautiful garden!!!

Vallen said...

Yeah, I'd like to hide a chest of gold doubloons. Know where I could find one?

Yarni Gras! said...

YES! I am constantly on the lookout for wee things to put in odd places. I even plant PLANTS underneath other plants for little surprises. I think gardens need to be a bit magical...

Magpie said...

I once cleaned out my closet and found like eight pairs of black pumps and black flats that were defunct. I took them to my mother's house and tucked them, in pairs, sticking out of the hosta all over the yard. It was kind of wonderful. She also had a store dress mannequin in the bushes - torso in one place, legs upside down elsewhere.