These toad stool mushrooms add an adorable, personalized touch to your garden! They’re fun to make and are easy enough for the kiddos to help with. The hardest part is waiting for the paint to dry! You’ll only need a few items and you might already have them lying around. Find your vessels. We found […]
Incorporate new colors and shimmer to your garden this season with a decorative gazing ball. This garden ornament is simple to make! Here’s what you’ll need: flat glass gems, industrial strength glue, and any round glass bowl such as a fish bowl, rose bowl or light bulb cover. Glue the selected gems to the glass […]
When life gives you wine corks, make teeny tiny planters! Isn’t that how the saying goes? This Pinterest-worthy project is made using recycled wine corks and your choice of succulents or air plants. Materials needed: Wine cork Small air plant or succulent plant Drill or screw driver Glue Magnet First, use your drill or screw driver […]
It’s America’s favorite past time and now you can enjoy baseball all season with container gardening! This month plant a baseball with violas and use as a centerpiece or garden accent. The process is very simple! Materials needed: White and red violas or pansies Container of desired size Fertilome Ultimate Potting Soil Start with a […]
As summer draws to an end, we say goodbye to our wonderful teacher and student help and wish them well on their impending school year. A great little gift for the college kids and teachers in your life is a mini Zen garden they can keep on their desk. This is a simple, thoughtful gift […]
Here we are, already mid-July and there is no sign of relief from the heat. How are your spring annuals looking? They may need some freshening up before the next backyard barbecue takes place. This month we’ll be making a new plant pot for summer, but we’ll be jazzing it up with some repurposed furniture […]
Summer is heating up and we are halfway through the year. This month, we took a week to pay special attention to our beloved pollinators. Here’s one way to encourage a good habitat for your pollinators, with just a few simple materials. For this simple project, you’ll need a saucer that holds water (a decorative […]
Our spring season has flown by and we’ve been busy keeping our plants happy and hydrated. With all the watering we do daily, we certainly have some worn out chunks of garden hose lying around. You may have noticed that repurposing and recycling are common themes in this blog so rather than throwing them away, we decided to get […]
What is a person to do with all those old spare tires they’re not using? Well, you paint them and plant them of course!
Find advice in selecting and arranging plants as well as tips for fertilizing and watering.