Besides the three rusty wheels and succulents, of course there is fun, rusty, garden art (junk) too.
The succulent bed is edged with a manufactured cement scallop. None of the sedum are currently in bloom but a few moss roses are open.
The vintage Double Ringer metal horseshoes are a new garage find this year for $2. There were no stakes, but I improvised with a $2 consignment store purchase of a rusty stake (maybe a tool of some kind).
These were the pulleys and parts from my Grandpa's old knife sharpening set up. I just blogged about the pulleys in my recent post "Free Junk".
This is a metal, but not vintage, snail that I picked up at a surplus shop for $11 a couple years ago.
Believe it or not, the bird was originally a dollar store, metal, cheaply painted bird/yard ornament that weathered and rusted nicely from the elements. I saw it at my Mom's house and wanted to take it home.
An interesting little succulent/junk bed. Not gorgeous, just interesting.
Have I inspired you yet to decorate your gardens with junk?