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As fall approaches, we use seasonal wreaths to decorate our homes. Here is an idea using wreaths to create a wall sculpture.



I have been cleaning the garden beds in preparation for the fall plantings, and this has led to considering my hardscape. There is a north facing wall on my home, which is framed by crepe myrtles and azaleas. This wall has always felt bare to me. I have attempted to add plants that could rise above the azalea bushes for interest, but this did not work. My wife and I have been walking the garden to make various plans. She wants me to build a large planter of cement as an accent piece. To show me her idea, she had cut out images from magazines of gardens that she found to be inspiring. That is when I was reminded of the holiday wreaths that would soon be adorning the doors and walls.
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