Garden Idea with Wagonwheels

To determine precisely how many worms to put money into, you’ll need to take into account how much kitchen and garden waste you want converted into black gold.

Laura Lansrud-Lopez and Deb Heikes offered an AWESOME (no hyperbole) workshop on "The Nuts and Bolts of Private Practice"---you could not have purchased this information, even for a lot of money. We offered it for free, and about 25 people were astute enough to show up and get WHEELBARROWS of information.....Thank you Laura and Deb! (who are both alumna AND faculty at Southwestern College...)

Laura Lansrud-Lopez and Deb Heikes offered an AWESOME (no hyperbole) workshop on "The Nuts and Bolts of Private Practice"---you could not have purchased this information, even for a lot of money. We offered it for free, and about 25 people were astute enough to show up and get WHEELBARROWS of information.....Thank you Laura and Deb! (who are both alumna AND faculty at Southwestern College...)

DALE CHIHULY GLASS SCULPTURES AT THE DESERT BOTANICAL GARDEN IN PHOENIX ARIZONA

Dale Chihuly glass sculptures at the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoenix, Arizona

Garden art from your imagination - don't throw that old rusty wagon away! - Click image to find more hot Pinterest pins

Garden art from your imagination - don't throw that old rusty wagon away! that why I bought an old rusty wagon

Stunning!! Wish mine grew this pretty!!!!!

Cute idea using an old wheel barrel as a planter. I did one last year with a antique childrens wheel barrow

Western Landscape Inspiration for Spring - COWGIRL Magazine

Western Landscape Inspiration for Spring

A red pickup truck adorned with a chile ristra and loaded with bounty from the autumn harvest create a colorful scene at a fruit stand near the small village of Velarde in northern New Mexico. Capture the spirit of Mexico at http://www.lafuente.com/Mexican-Decor/Chili-Lovers/

Make similar with Wheelbarrow. A red pickup truck adorned with a chile ristra and loaded with bounty from the autumn harvest create a colorful scene at a fruit stand near the small village of Velarde in northern New Mexico.

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