How do you decorate around your barn?

flowers decorating a horse barn

How do you decorate around your barn?

One thing I miss about having a home and a barn is my flower gardens so I was excited to see this garden near a friends barn. It doesn’t hurt that one of these flowers was special enough to be used in my wedding bouquet.

I know some people keep the grass clean cut and others plant flowers, some add old wagons, cowboy boots as flower planters or build special seating areas.

How do you decorate around your barn? Feel free to post photos also!

 

3 Comments

  1. Gwen Quon on September 9, 2014 at 8:27 am

    I do not have my own ranch but I have decorated my tack room at the ranch where my horses are boarded at. I have pictures of horses and some of my favorite horseman and woman that I have inspired me up on the walls. I have quotes to encourage me on to always do right by my horses written randomly on a board.
    At home in my garden I have a section under a tree with a horse banner and my old boots that I wore for a couple of years to train my quarter horse. They are they to remind me of good times and hard times on the back of Sterling. No matter where you live you have to have your own Eden.

  2. Lindsay Daschner on September 8, 2014 at 8:26 pm

    I plant a lot of flowers around our barn. I am a horticulture student at Michigan State University, flowers are one of my passions. Unfortunately I do not have a photo readily available but I planted over 200 sunflowers around the barn and driveway this year. I absolutely adore color around the barn! I call myself a flower fanatic! :]

  3. Marcie Hart on September 8, 2014 at 8:10 pm

    Gorgeous! Love the idea of big sunflowers!

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