The Pitty Pat Pages: DIY Planting Board
These colorful curtains are a great idea for small-space gardeners.
Fabric Makeovers for Outdoor Rooms
By Craft Trends Contributor, Gillian from the blog Dried Figs and Wooden Spools. Check out our Craft Trends board on Pinterest! It almost seems too simple to actually be a thing, but the color block is, indeed a thing and a thing that is everywhere. Bringing in large sections of bold, often contrasting colors is a great way to spice up and outfit, a room or a wide range of craft projects. It’s simple to execute and makes a big impact on the overall look of everything from sewing projects to p...
Color block terra cotta pots
Being on a budget doesn’t have to mean using ugly containers. If you’re willing to put a little elbow grease into converting a cheap plastic pot into something unique and stylish, then you can have nice looking pots for less than $20. Hunt down garage sales and scour Craig’s List to find inexpensive pots. Then with $10 of paint and stenciling supplies, you’ll be well on your way.
majoRahn - ein Garten in Rheinhessen: Sempervivum
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What do Worms like to Eat?
If you’ve ordered a bunch of sempervivums from Arrowhead Alpines like I did, you need lots of things to do with all those little babies semps make. This was a totally fun and super easy little garden to make. I used a mint tin that I purchased at Trader Joe’s but if you’ve got an Altoid tin around, that would work just as well.
Fern Richardson's new book Small-Space Container Gardens has fantastic DIY projects like this simple chalkboard planter! Easy and inexpensive.
Place hardy miniature waterlilies, such as these Nymphaea pygmaea 'Helvola', in a yellowware bowl.