For most of us, a flea market garden is something we created gradually as we found and utilized wonderful vintage or junk elements that spoke to us in some unique way. Chances are, the first repurposed piece you added to your garden was a plant container of some kind. It's a small way to introduce a new look to an outdoor space that blends well with the natural textures and colors of the outdoors. Where rust and peeling paint become patina rather than neglect; chipped or broken becomes treasure not trash. Because just about anything that can hold a bit of soil is fair game for a garden container. And while plants, like the abundant annuals in salvaged window boxes, bird bath, and old barbeque grill that dot gorgeous gardens are the raison d'etre of these creative receptacles, decorative pieces like the statuary and figurines that fill tubs and terrariums in themed acreage contribute additional layers of interest that encourage and reward closer examination. Once you begin to design and decorate the microcosm of a planted flea market container, larger possibilities may suggest themselves for your garden as a whole too. Whether you started small with a clever planted container or in a big way by hauling in an old camper, you'll find additional inspiration for your flea market garden on these pages, so you definitely don't want to miss this issue!
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