A Handful of Hypertufa Hands: I had so much fun with these hypertufa hands - they're tricky to make, because they break so easily, but boy, are they effective. Some surgical gloves, some Portland cement and a bit of peat moss and perlite.
Woodland sculptures: carefully groomed moss art in the Lost Gardens of Heligan (England). Side note: Moss obtains nutrients from the air because they have no true roots. Plants require nothing more than shade, acidic soil, and adequate moisture to flou
These are made with upcycled window screen and tea lights. you need old window or door screening, clear plastic bottle bottoms and tealight Cut the screen into the shape of a flower add your tea light or battery operated one.
Garden wall wheel - a stone wall wouldn't look good with our current house but this is a neat idea! I bet this could be incorporated into the wooden fence I want, and the wheel painted an accent color like blue, white or silver :D
I can so envision an outdoor room with moss/plant covered furniture, window frames w/ window boxes on surrounding fence walls. Maybe I should try this as a mini garden. Outdoor story chair for school. Epic and moveable!