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I was recently looking through some pictures of a garden tour I took at Allerton Gardens on the Hawaiian island of Kauai.
It is a huge garden that is absolutely stunning! (If you’re ever in Kauai, it’s worth the tour price to see this garden…click here to get more information.)
One of the things that makes it so interesting is their use of garden art. It is everywhere! And it made me realize that even the best gardens can be made a little better by adding some art.
Even though Allerton Gardens is in a completely different climate and has a totally different scale than most of our gardens, I like to get inspiration from what they have done. And then scale it down to a city-sized yard.
Since the gardening season is winding down, now is the perfect time to start dreaming up ideas for next year. So I thought I would share what I have learned from this garden (and others) about ways to enhance your yard with garden art.