In these shots you can see my bed frame used as a trellis for phlox and an old plow converted into a plant pot holder I love using found objects (or ones bought at auction) and I'm excited about how they add to the garden this year. The white metal chair did not have a seat but I found a microwave plate at Goodwill that fit perfectly. The white "pot" to on the left is an old metal tire rim, now filled with chard. I have three planted and they are working perfectly. I am also using Grow Bags for my tomatoes. In Virginia, soil fungus makes growing healthy tomatoes difficult. You are supposed to rotate the tomatoes into fresh soil to thwart the fungus. This is my attempt, since my vegetable garden is small. We'll see how it works. Lastly, here's a shot of peas, lettuce, basil and zucchini. All are thriving but I know Japanese beetles, dry weeks, stink bugs and borers are lurking in the shadows, waiting to pounce. How are your gardens this year? I'd love to hear if you've tried anything new or experimented with yard art!