This little garden sits on the backside of our lawn. It edges up to the wild property beyond. When we first moved here I had some plants given to me but no place to put them. So I tucked them into this area as we were working on flower beds, garden, yard work in general. Then I started rescuing broken but still cute enough to look at pieces. I tucked tree branches through the holes in the benches to keep them in from blowing over in the wind. The little bench in the front is on its last legs but so far so good. And I just added an old cracked planter and transformed it into a bird bath with a gold pan we bought with us when we moved down from Alaska.
And wouldn't you know it, all the plants I tucked away in there temporarily started growing and sending up babies. So it became a little sweet spot in the yard and now I don't have the heart to move any of it. It catches my eye from every window on the backside of the house.