Completing the Look- Garden Décor

When you plan the way, you want your outdoor space to look like, you can envision the seas of color in your garden beds, flowerpots and hanging baskets. But something is missing?  By adding a fountain or bird bath, you are pulling all the beauty together for that complete look you are wanting to achieve.


A water feature is a great addition to any garden or patio area.  Our fountains range from tabletop to large statement pieces that give that element of serenity.

DIY a fountain – With a little ingenuity you can create a bubbling water feature that disappears underground.  Plumb a glazed piece of pottery or large stone to create a ‘bubbling’ feature.  Any plastic tub will do, a pump, some tubing, and a lid.  Set your feature on top, finish off with some pebble or river rock and you have a soothing and appealing disappearing fountain.


Not every pot has to be full of plants, maybe you just want a tipped over colorful pot nestled in the soil with a river of flowers running out.  Ever consider using a pot as a base for a side table?  A piece of glass or a reclaimed piece of wood would make a great top to a pot.  The pottery is arriving now, and we have selected many new designs, colors, and sizes.  The larger sizes: 14” – 24” diameter is perfect for our earth inserts which you can pick up ready to take home and drop into your decorative pot.

Bird Baths

Creek Side Gardens has many bird baths in all sizes, colors, and finishes.  Bird baths are a great addition to a blooming garden by securing it amongst the flowers. If you have taken the time to create a pollinator garden, a bird bath is a welcome respite for birds, butterflies, and bees.

Statuary and Garden Art

Make a statement about what makes you happy with a prominent piece.  Most Creek Side Gardens statuary is cast concrete in earth tones.  Bunnies, turtles, frogs, cats, and dogs are very popular, and you’ll find most of the statuary inside our glasshouse among the houseplants. Wind Spinners are so much fun to add to your garden.  They add another dimension of movement to your plants.  Shorter decorative plant stakes are also a great accent to a potted plant on your patio.