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.
Hey! I found your site via You Grow Girl. I happen to live a few blocks from this house & I, predictably, found the garden in front rather weird. The little neighborhood its located in boasts a few other strange garden’s but this one is league’s beyond.
Thanks for posting this! I always wish I could peek into my neighbors’ backyards, but as mentioned on the site, many are only accessible via houses & most are surrounded by tall fences & walls.
Oh, how fun! I’d love to see that garden in person. Maybe you could make friends and get a tour ;)