There is certainly no lack of color n this winter garden!
You may recall Judi's "Seed Pods" from my previous post.
She's taken the idea to new heights and designed cool stands for her pods as well!
The exciting news is that Judi has decided to produce work to sell! If you are interested her work, please call her at (253) 847 - 2937 as she loves to discuss her process.
Alpine Nursery, website here my previous visit here, exclusively carries Judi's work. Soon I'll post about my return visit to Alpine to see Judy's work and about the great plant surprises I found there!
Judi is now working with a welder Named Alan Wharton, whose more refined style works very well with Judy's designs!
this Bonsaiesque landscape is very special and is what Judi sees from her living room windows.
Revisiting some old friends. Too bad there was a garden and an electric fence between us. I'm sure I could have found a carrot in my car for this sweet looking horse!
This purple and red combination throughout the garden is very effective.
One of several balls fabricated by Denny King. I also love the stand!
Judi calls this a bird but it looks a little angelic to me. Either way, it's pretty groovy!
Horse shoes make a perfect stand for this sphere in Judi's garden which is surrounded by her horse pastures.
Don't be frightened by this dragon!
She may look fearsome but she's really very sweet!
See, she has a heart in her hands. Let's assume that she's not just ripped it out of someone else's chest, shall we?
This bird made me laugh out loud!
Loving everything in sight, next came these new super mega seed pods. I fell hard for these!
Here is that fellow who follows Alison and me around to gardens sometimes shown here for scale. These new "seed pods" are about three feet across!
A copy of this one will be coming to my jungle!
It's unfortunate that the sun wasn't shining when we visited as these simply glow in sunlight.
Crazy flowers? Undersea life? something from outer space?
They're wonderful as is the evergreen border in which they're displayed. Year round color!
But wait, there's more!
Another gorgeous sphere.
Judi, Alan, and Denny's work is fun and unusual. I haven't seen anything quite like these anywhere else so get on over to Alpine Nursery and take one home to your own garden!