Birdbaths . . . .
The final use I have made from the concrete leaves, that my hubby and I make. I placed the above leaf on this concrete pedestal for a birdbath in my shade garden.
Leaf sitting on a rock retaining wall in the photo to the right for a birdbath.
I had my first post go viral back on May 29th, 2014. The post was of this Oak Hydrangea Leaf (find the post here).
So much fun to see a post that people are so interested in, and is still being clipped and shared on Hometalk. I promised at that time that I would share all the ways I use the leaves in my garden. Through the summer, I have posted all the uses and here is the final review.
But be sure to stay tuned, because I have a surprise that is by far the biggest and the most unusual leaves I have ever made. A hint, they are from a weed, they are still curing, but I will be posting about them soon.
An Extraordinary Day