Tree stump planter when planted...
So, we have these three tree stumps in the center planter in our front yard. Instead of trying to get rid of them or disguise them with shrubbery, we planted things IN them. This one has sedum, sword ferns, bergenia, agapanthus, lysimachia (creeping jenny), and some small hellebores that have since been moved to a shadier location.
Potager with raised beds of vegetables and lavender, bench and thyme path | GAP Gardens Blog
Potager with raised beds of vegetables and lavender, bench and thyme path - © GAP Photos
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