If you are like me, you love the visual interest of a birdbath in the garden. So, if one is good, three is even better!
The concrete birdbath is one that you have seen many times and probably think that it is nothing special. But to me my friend, it is very special. It was my first birdbath and was given to me many years ago for Mothers Day by my sweet hubby. I have had to cut a lot of my sunflowers down. They were blocking my limelight Hydrangea tree and that just is not a good thing. I have placed the heads throughout my garden. The birds are having a hay day. You can bet I am going to have random sunflowers popping up all over again next year.
The leaf birdbath was a reminder of my trip to the Tulip Festival in Washington. A local lady made them. I have since made some of the leaves with the help of my sister, Julie and friend, Dolly. I have given them to my girls. I have had a few people ask how to make the leaf. I will buy the items to make it and do a tutorial on it next week.
My third birdbath was a birthday gift from my dear friend, Joyce many years ago. Her hubby made it.
This is what it looks like with the plant removed. Love it’s rustic charm. It was made from a metal lid to a barrel.
Remember this? This is the hill behind my fire pit that was full of Larkspur this Spring. Ha, ha, life after Larkspur. Yup, all this was buried behind those gorgeous blooms.
The two birdbaths above reside in the backyard and the concrete one is out front.
How about you, do you love birdbaths?
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