Gardening and Landscaping Ideas
Guide to Hydrangea
How to Care for and Choose Hydrangeas
Why do people murder crepe myrtles? No, it's not too much Neanderthal DNA. It's that the variety of crepe myrtle they planted got way too big. Here's a guide to which crepe myrtles won't outgrow yo...
Plant A Smaller Crepe Myrtle This Year
from our Re-Scape files...Kitchen Island or table, made from upcycled recycled wooden crates
Tiki bar made from recycled items including old crib, old shutters and an old oak desktop by me and my husband. We are loving summer on the deck!
To get privacy without resorting to a heavy, light-blocking wall, homeowner/designer Scott J. Johnson created these wood panels to separate his yard from the neighbors’. Here’s how to make them yourself: Step 1: Plan your panel arrangement. You’ll need to dig holes approximately 42 inches deep every 8 feet or so. Consider renting a power auger for speedier digging. Step 2: Position cedar posts in the holes. Backfill with gravel and then soil. Use a level to ensure posts are perpendicul...
I came up with this idea for a low cost plant stand... 3 8x16 cement blocks and 3 8x8 blocks and a 2x10 pressure treated board cut to size. Going to stain the wood a dark brown sometime soon.
This is a great idea for a DIY fence. Cinder blocks and wood - simple and looks nice. This is from the Montrose Green Community Garden in Northcenter neighborhood in Chicago, IL.
yard art - Click image to find more DIY Crafts Pinterest pins
Recycled glass art | Flickr - Photo Sharing! | Postris
Address buckets! 3 galvanized buckets, outdoor paint and primer, stencils, and plants. I had this wrought iron plant stand already! I love the way this came out!
DIY Wire Garden Globes (instructions with photos at The Wood Grain Cottage blog) I recently saw a similar wire sphere at a local garden center and could not afford it. Now I can make one! Yahoo!