Capturing Rain From One of Our Sheds

Capturing Rain From One of Our Sheds
These copper rain gutters are beautiful and help harvest rainwater!

Sunday, April 28, 2013

I am happy to say.......

that we installed our creative outdoor structure at Sage Ecological Landscapes & Nursery in Los Osos, California to be used as a cut flower kiosk!!

This unique structure was built out of predominantly re purposed materials that were collected from throughout the Central Coast of California! The following is a list of the materials and where they came from:

The back wall and side windows/doors came from a house in SLO that was designed and built by a Cal Poly Architecture graduate in the 1960’s and are made of redwood. They are one of a kind.

The French doors came from Solvang and the front windows from a cabin in San Miguel. The corrugated metal on the roof came from an old farmhouse in Nipomo. The redwood siding is old growth redwood murch from a garden retaining wall in Atascadero. The fence boards are from a house in SLO.

We have taken all of these unique materials and re purposed them into this functional artistic flower kiosk for Sage!

Stop by and check it out, it is truely an example of functional art!!

Happy growing!

Dana O'Brien
 A Place to Grow
805 704-1155