Clothesline "Sculpture" - I can envision putting this at the end of the deck. For evening outdoor gatherings when not in use, put up strings of lights and food/drink table underneath. Or a nice canopy with climbing roses, clematis or other vine flowers.
Ernsts rosenböns-torn. You will need: 1 stick/pole 4 rope, which is longer than the pin Terracotta Pot To do this: 1. sturgeon tie the four ropes at the top of the pole with one or two knots, depending on the thickness of the rope is. 2 Then a terracotta pot over the top so it hides the knots. Press down the pole of the earth. 3 Pull the ropes with the desired liquor. Dig then down the ropes left over in the soil. 4. Time to plant your favorite climber
82 Creative Container Gardens: Pansies, Violas, Panolas, Grass, & Ivy - Southern Living Grass grows so easily. would be pretty in multi-layered pots. Chives would give the same look in an herb garden. Annuals mixed in with herbs might be pretty.