Looking through the hummingbird cutout in the reclaimed cedar garden gate, the cutting flower section is visible. This is where many of the zinnias are located. as well as cosmos (which have yet to bloom) and the sunflowers, which are just starting to flower. You can also see the aluminum tube that surrounds one of the garden posts to keep crawling critters from climbing up to the birdhouse affixed to the post. The door was salvaged from a tear-down, cut almost in half for its new exterior use, and arched with a cool peak in the center. I traced the outline of a hummingbird on the wood and it was expertly cut out by our trusty friend, landscaper and all-around handy man good guy, Angelo. You know, click to enlarge!