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Garden Ornamentation

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Adding ornamentation to a garden is an important element, because it allows for personal expression and give the the garden character.  The possibilities for adding ornamentation to a garden are endless, but sometimes finding just the right piece may be a challenge.  

Fountains, arbors, trellises, pots and antiques are all examples of garden ornaments which add character and dimension to a garden.  When the elements are chosen to complement a design and combine well with the style of the garden and home, everything comes together seamlessly. 

Sometimes repurposing items that are already on site into a sculpture can make a surprising focal point.  

metal ornament
metal ornament
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copper roofed bird feeder
copper roofed bird feeder

Birdfeeders add an extra dimension to a garden because of the movement that birds provide

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japanese arbor
japanese arbor

Japanese styled arbour is made of simple materials including bamboo branches and round fencing posts.

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ceramic garden sculpture
ceramic garden sculpture

shiny ceramic garden sculpture blends in among the greens of the garden adding a small surprise when noticed

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ornamental urn
ornamental urn

As concrete and other ornaments age, they develop a patina of moss and lichens and lend a timeless feel to a space

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brick sculpture
brick sculpture

Reuse and recyle...this pile of recycled bricks were reused to become a focal point at the end of a garden

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