Get your garden growing with these simple tips, inspiration, and party how-tos.
Every spring, homeowners hope for beautiful grass that will rival that of the local golf course. If you’re willing to put in a weekend’s worth of hard work in the fall, you’ll see beautiful results in the spring.
Prepare Your Lawn for the Fall | Garden Club
If you had a bumpercrop of veggies in your garden, don't let a single tomato go to waste. Learn how to can your own vegetables so that you can enjoy your home-grown treats year-round.
A Basic Canning How-To Guide | Garden Club
Create a creative indoor vertical garden using just a few tin buckets and pretty succulents. || @Michelle @ Ten June
Ten June: My Love Buckets
Fall Cleanup and Preparation~~~How can you get your home ready for fall? Here are seven projects to tackle, from clearing your gutters to cleaning your outdoor equipment — and our tips make the tasks less of a chore. Whether you choose to get them all done in one weekend or spread them out over a longer period of time, the end result is that you'll have more time outside to enjoy later. cleanup video, fall cleanup, garden
To ensure a beautiful spring lawn and garden, put in some effort this fall. The Home Depot created a comprehensive project list to help guide you through your fall to do's. Click through for our Fall Cleanup and Preparation Guide
Fall Cleanup and Preparation at The Home Depot
We love this nifty DIY grow box. The flourescent grow light will help the plant flourish indoors.
Build a Plant Grow Box | Garden Club
It just takes a few simple steps to give your front yard a makeover. Molly and Savannah from Classy Clutter show you how to kick up your curb appeal.
5 DIY Steps to Amazing Curb Appeal - The Home Depot
What a great idea for a wedding favor--or any party favor. Blogger Carrie filled small vials (like test tubes) with wildflower seeds for her guests to take home and plant. You can find seed mixes blended just for your region. || @Carrie Waller of Dream Green DIY
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Now, where did you leave your trusty trowel? Next time, stick your garden hand tools in a container filled with sand and a little motor oil. It helps scrape off the dirt, prevents rusting, and keeps them at hand.
Used as mulch, decorative stone helps retain soil moisture, blocks weed growth and enhances drainage. Stones also make good walkways because they provide excellent erosion control. Before you buy landscape stone take a quick read of The Home Depot's Decorative Stone Buying Guide so you'll know you're getting the right kind of stone for your project. decor stone
Used as mulch, decorative stone helps retain soil moisture, blocks weed growth and enhances drainage. Stones also make good walkways because they provide excellent erosion control. Before you buy landscape stone take a quick read of The Home Depot's Decorative Stone Buying Guide so you'll know you're getting the right kind of stone for your project.
How To Select Decorative Stones? at The Home Depot
Follow along with blogger Stacy Risenmay from Not Just a Housewife as she demonstrates how to build your own cute wire plant cloche for just $15! || @Stacy Risenmay
Wire Plant Cloche Tutorial | Not JUST A Housewife
There's a cooler hiding inside this bright, DIY rolling ottoman--it's perfect for keeping cold drinks at hand when you're entertaining on your patio or working outside in your garden. Find out how to make it when you click through; it's designed by blogger Mandy @Fabric Paper Glue.
Patio Side Tables
Butterflies love cosmos and other wildflowers, and gardeners love butterflies. Invite these winged beauties to visit when you scatter wildflower seeds in your yard or garden spot. For best results, choose a mix blended especially for your region (not all will contain cosmos seeds). Click through to find a butterfly-magnet-mix for your area.
It's a wrap. Martha Stewart shows you how to use 1/4" thick rope (sisal, jute, hemp, or natural manila) to make an attractive cachepot for your favorite plant. Grab a glue gun and click through for the how-to. galleri, rope crafts, decorating ideas, braids, plant pots, flower pots, ropes, planters, terracotta pots
It's a wrap. Martha Stewart shows you how to use 1/4" thick rope (sisal, jute, hemp, or natural manila) to make an attractive cachepot for your favorite plant. Grab a glue gun and click through for the how-to.
Splish splash--give fruits and veggies a bath! Build this DIY outdoor sink, and you'll have a spot to wash the dirt off your hands as well as your freshly harvested foods. Click through for details from @Bonnie Plants.
How to Build an Outdoor Sink - Bonnie Plants
Why work up a sweat digging, when you can put together an easy-to-assemble raised garden bed that doesn't even require tools? Made of recycled plastic and wood, this nifty 42" x 42" bed needs just 6 cubic ft. of soil, and you'll be good to grow! garden planters, veggie gardens, kit homes, garden kit, raised gardens, raised bed gardens, rais bed, greenland garden, raised garden beds
Why work up a sweat digging, when you can put together an easy-to-assemble raised garden bed that doesn't even require tools? Made of recycled plastic and wood, this nifty 42" x 42" bed needs just 6 cubic ft. of soil, and you'll be good to grow!
With just a little elbow grease and a quick trip to The Home Depot, you'll be able to create three unique backyard water games for your kids to enjoy when the weather is warm.
Liz and Doug of Hoosier Homemade say they designed their DIY stone walkway to be economical, low-maintenance, durable and to improve the look of their yard. Their tutorial will show you how you can build a path like this in your own yard. || @Hoosier Homemade
How to Install a Stone Walkway
Who says you need a wall to have a window? Blogger Lindsay Jackman of The White Buffalo Styling Co. shows how to turn a patio into a rocking outdoor room (real rocks are optional). || @Lindsay -The White Buffalo Styling Co.
We love low-tech garden gear. This Waterfall Rain Gauge attaches to a deck or fence, making it easy to keep up with your local rainfall amount. A floating red marker and big digits are easy to see. No batteries and no wires means no worries!
Waterfall Rain Gauge-705-109 at The Home Depot
Ugh! What happened to these tomatoes? Our good friends at Bonnie Plants reply: They have blossom end rot. It often happens when tomatoes are under stress from too little or irregular watering. If your 'maters are looking like this, click through to find out what to do. || @Bonnie Plants