The Truth About Indoor Citrus Trees
The most amazing faerie house I have ever seen!
Garden Art Sun Catcher Glass Plate Flower Garden by GlassBlooms
Ten Bulbs to Plant in the Spring for Summer Garden Color Container Bulb Choices
Love this DIY Treat Dispenser from @dailydogtag -- made for less than $15 using Tractor Supply items! Her dogs love it!
Butchart Gardens – Canada. If you love gardening, you need to put a visit to this place on your bucket list. The most breathtaking gardens I have ever seen!!
LOVE that there are no flowers in this container design: just lots of texture. Very sophisticated.
Save your eggshells for the garden! Each time you crack an egg open, instead of tossing the shell into the trash, drop it into an open container that you keep in the fridge. When the container is full, crush the shells into small bits and sprinkle them around the base of your plants. The sharp eggshells will deter slugs, snails, and other bugs from nibbling on your garden and add a touch of calcium to the soil.
Make an entrance: Eight garden gates By Trudy Duivenvoorden Mitic......Willow- A rustic gate of cedar and willow is a fitting welcome to a cozy cottage garden filled with a riot of intertwining perennials. The matching fence discourages deer, while the arbour and its cascade of wisteria complete the tableau.
vintagepiken: a scoop of roses
Rustic Recycled Insulator Candleholder by GlassicArtistry on Etsy, $15.00
mail box garden - I LOVE it - I have the broken concrete to use to go around it and everything!
Painted Concrete Patio | The Urban Un-MARTHA
Lettuce, Bok Choy, cabbage are relatively easy to grow from scraps. Instead of throwing out those leftover leaves, simply place them in a bowl with just a bit of water in the bottom. Keep the bowl somewhere that gets good sunlight and mist the leaves with water a couple of times each week. After 3 or 4 days, you will notice roots beginning to appear along with new leaves. When this happens you can transplant your lettuce or cabbage in soil.
The French have their kitchen gardens, called Potagers, and have been combining edibles with flowers forever. How adorable is this garden? Proving that vegetable gardens can also be beautiful. After all, if we are to grow produce on our property, it must be designed properly and be aesthetically pleasing--right?
eugenia topiary container garden: pictorial of what plants she used
For the love of dragonflies...what a sweet idea!
Leaf casting - How to make concrete stepping stones using real leaves as a mold.
onions planted in a repurposed plastic jug
d.i.y. trellis made from cedar boards wire cabling
Planted Spice rack in kitchen. I think Kenny would LOVE this! :)
violet flowers. I love them! My very favorite flower. Pamala J Miller, Dayton, Ohio, USA
Image detail for -Garden Landscaping Lawn Mowing Edge Border
Cant wait to do this
Hutton-in-the-Forest garden gate
DIY chicken wire basket using a tomato cage tutorial!
Potato Barrel. For more innovative gardening tips, see book, Shamanic Gardening: Timeless Techniques for the Modern Sustainable Garden
Organized Clutter: Decorating a Covered Patio with Vintage Collections
These sakura bloom a little later, are double petels and are a brighter pink............. v
Copyright image: An attached lean-to pergola, made from the step-by-step pergola plans.
sampaguita (aka arabian jasmine), the flower of the philippines. very pretty, strong fragrance.
Simple Everyday Glamour: Lake House
If you want a cheap, and very effective, way to organize jewelry, accordion hooks are a great choice. You just attach them to the wall and then you can use them to keep necklaces, bracelets and other jewelry items organized. They work great because they keep chains from becoming tangled and they look really nice on the wall. Plus, they are really inexpensive.
stamped concrete styles
How to make fairy garden doors with popsicle sticks
Drought Resistant Tolerant Designs Texas Native Plants How to Install Xeriscape_Austin
Very good instructions on how to build an outdoor pizza oven.
Strawberry Gutter Garden: Plant in Rain Gutters and Harvest as they Hang Over the Edge! Super Simple, Inexpensive and Fun!
berm with large boulders bordering and white pines planted.
May have to end this with my fav bike ver - she is sick and may not be able to save her - so plant her! planter hehe
25 Curb Appeal Ideas -- Make your home exterior beautiful! @Remodelaholic
The Garden Shed -Cottage Charm I want this little cutie in my back yard. might just have to be something I do this summer.
Grow potatoes in a bag.