I went to a local daylily garden farm a few weeks ago and of course took lots of photos (besides buying a ton of new daylilies). Seibert Lane Daylilies is owned by Candy Tolliver of Mt. Vernon, Indiana. I took so many photos that I’m going to split the post into 2 and maybe 3 different posts.

Today, I’m sharing the front and side gardens of Candy’s yard which I took mostly photos of all the cool garden art she’s got. Next time I’m showing you the daylilies.
Seibert Lane Daylilies sign

Walking up to the side yard, which is the show garden, from my car.

Seibert Lane Daylily farm

I was immediately drawn to the claw foot tub. How cool is this? I’ve got one and whenever we update our bathroom, I now have a good idea of what to do with it. I think she turned this into a bog garden. I want one!!

claw foot tub repurpose

Fun “Wine Garden” sign.

Wine garden rusted metal garden art words

Rusted metal sunflowers, love ’em!
rusted metal sunflower garden art

Some kind of crazy bird made from repurposed items.

metal bird made of repurposed items

Cute garden man and his cat.

garden art

A leaf bird bath made from concrete. Remember when I made mine with my friend Amelia?

concrete leaf bird bath

Here’s a vignette of an ice cream parlor chair made into a planter and the tub along with another concrete leaf.

garden vignette with claw foot tub and ice cream parlor chair

Mixed in with her daylily show gardens are nice flowers dotted all around.

garden vignette garden vignette

That’s it for the garden art that I took photos of. She was busy and I didn’t want to poke around her personal garden which probably had a bunch more. But I’ll be back.

Come back to see the daylilies of Seibert Lane Daylilies on the next post.


Learn more about me on the ‘About’ page in the menu at the top. I’m an artist – a painter mostly and an avid gardener. I paint a variety of subjects including birds, koi fish, my gardens, ponds and flowers as well as anything having to do with nature especially trees and tropical scenes. I also enjoy painting abstracts and have started created more and more of them. My most favorite thing to try to achieve in my painting is is mystery.

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