How to turn tree stumps & logs into planters. Succulent gardens in hollowed out logs, and also in timber rounds, available from the Succulent Guy at the Byron Bay Beachside Market - Easter Saturday March.
Fairy garden cute and simple house, twigs and pebbles. I like the butterfly charm on top. Seaglass makes an interesting water feature. (And the star cut in the door brings back memories!) It needs a tiny longhorn behind the house .
A set of wooden steps to fit the planters made using birch logs. The logs were simply cut into slices and glued together using Elmer’s Pro Bond. A cut branch was used to stabilize the top of the stairs. - Gardening Go