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Gardening Idea – Wrought Iron Gate

Written by Hilary on June 13th, 2006

Murphy and I like to walk the neighborhoods and take a look at what other people are doing in their yards.

This house is so incredibly beautiful; it sits right on the Pacific Ocean. I hate to think what is costs, but the owners have added some very creative features to it.

They have this rod-iron gate that looks just like kelp floating and growing in the water. What makes it so perfect, is that about 15 feet from the edge of the house is real kelp growing, and it fits the atmosphere of the location to a tee.

I thought it would be good to show, because there are all kinds of gates you could make to match your perfect location.

Give it some thought, and see what creative things you come up with!

 

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4 Comments so far ↓

  1. Oh wow… I am drooling over this fence! That “bead plant” is adorable, too–I’m afraid that I’d be way too tempted to taste those cute little fruits. They look too much like baby cherry tomatoes. :)

  2. Gertrude says:

    Isn’t this a “wrought iron” gate?

  3. Hilary says:

    Hi Gerturde,

    Yes, it is wrought iron!!! I was so excited to start blogging, I really wasn’t paying any attention to my spelling.

    Thank you for the correction! Ooops!

  4. Hilary says:

    Hi Blackwamp Girl,

    I know isn’t that fence just too cool? The house that goes with it isn’t bad either.

    If you ever have a chance, do try a bead plant though, everybody that comes over just loves it, and it is so bright and colorful.

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