Rusty Industrial Junk Garden Decor

My junk garden is heavy on old farm junk.  I don't find very much industrial junk, but my sister in law, Kris, has some fun industrial junk in her garden.

Cranesbill Displayed in a Rusty Junky Rim www.organizedclutter.net
An old rusty rim encircles a perennial cranesbill in the garden.


Jurassic Begonias & Impatiens Planted in Iron Stove www.organizedclutter.net
Here an old iron stove is planted with impatiens and Jurassic begonias.

Heavy Chain Garden Edging With Hen & Chicks www.organizedclutter.net
 I love these heavy chain links filled with terracotta pots and hen and chicks.

Heavy Chain Garden Edging With Hen & Chicks www.organizedclutter.net
 The links are a fun and unexpected garden edging.


Logging Equipment Parts as Garden Edging www.organizedclutter.net
This rusty iron edging was once part of a Drott Feller Buncher (logging equipment), but now it accents a row of dwarf morning glory.

I will be sharing a garden tour of sister in law Kris' garden in mid July! It's always a favorite on my blog!




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9 comments:

  1. I LOVE the chain links....actually the whole garden.

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  2. Carlene you are a girl after my own heart. Love all the unique rusty pieces of salvage you add to the garden scene. Gives whimsy and uniqueness to the garden. Happy New Week.
    Kris

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  3. A talented family! You gals have a great eye for gardening with junk. The chain links are incredible and the flowers are amazing.

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  4. I like the idea of the barrel around the cranesbill as mine seems to spread everywhere!!!

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  5. How are all your flowers liking this burst of cool days we are having?

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  6. Love, love, love! Once a neighbor across the alley "threw out" some thick, metal rims, and I thought- perfect planters! They were so heavy, I couldn't budge them. They were there for a long time, and I kept thinking about how to get them home! Eventually, they disappeared, much to my dismay!

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