Do doll parts have a place in garden design?
Andrea Bellamy |

Timmerman Daugherty, the artist behind the “permanent flowers,” as she calls them, (shown above), rescues abandoned items, deconstructs/reconstructs them, and gives them a good home. View her bizarre home and garden at her website, weirdgardens.com.

“Bottle trees” (foreground in photo above), mosaic tables and sculpture, and yes, doll parts, play a prominent role in this Baltimore garden. It’s not my style (there are hardly any plants!), but something about it appeals to the hippy/artist/packrat in me.

Weird indeed.



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