Get your garden growing with these simple tips, inspiration, and party how-tos.
Save space when you grow your fave herbs or flowers in this three-tier planter made of durable resin. We love the natural sand-colored finish.
What's that growing in your yard? Wicked weeds can ruin your lawn's good looks. Garden Therapy helps you identify the bad guys so you can knock 'em out with a one-two punch of fertilizer and weed killer. Click through for more. @Stephanie @ Garden Therapy
How to Identify Weeds - Garden Therapy
Do you have a wall or fence in your garden that's an unavoidable eyesore? Cover it up with some beautiful plants, cleverly held up by this invisible trellis. You can't even see it, can you? Follow along as blogger Centsational Girl takes you step by step through the process. || @Centsational Girl
DIY: Invisible Trellis - Centsational Girl
Display your herb garden in your kitchen by potting them in junk store kettles. Let Donna from Funky Junk Interiors provide the inspiration. || @Donna - Funky Junk Interiors
Herb garden, old kettle style - Funky Junk Interiors
Plant-a-colada!? Yes please! The coconuts cost me $1.89 each at my local Asian grocery market. I had all the tools, fabric and string in my craft closet–so these planters cost me less than $2 to make! Cheap, eco–and fun to do with kids (provided you do the saw part) this project is perfect for adding a bit of green in the home–
We love blogger Justina's Blakeney's easy DIY coconut planter. You just paint a hollowed-out coconut in any colors you like to grow a pretty houseplant. || @Justina Blakeney
Plant-a-colada: easy DIY planters from coconuts!
Create a buzz in your backyard (or maybe we should say, a hum) with a Perky Pet feeder for hungry hummingbirds. Then plant loads of red flowers, like salvia, bee balm, petunias, and zinnias, to keep the bird buffet going.
This idea rocks! Let blogger Kate from Centsational Girl show you how to make a DIY rock covered bucket. What a cute planter for either indoor or outdoor plants. || @Centsational Girl
The Rocky Bucket - Centsational Girl
Bring some purpose to your plants by incorporating them into a cute DIY address number display. Let Whitney from Shanty 2 Chic show you how to plant succulents in this mini-planter box. || @Shanty-2-Chic.com
DIY Address Number Wall Planter
Summertime is synonymous with outdoor grilling. Kick up your outdoor cooking possibilities a notch with Weber's newest grill, which allows you to swap out the center plate for a griddle. Now you can cook pancakes, paellas, veggie medleys and other exciting entrees and side dishes.
New Ways to Grill with Weber | Garden Club
Summer means it hot, hot, hot. Chill out with a chocolate shake garnished with peppermint cuttings from your garden. Yum! (If your mint tries to take over your garden, pot it up in its own container--or keep making those chocolate shakes). || @Bonnie Plants
Call us buggy, but we think building a bug hotel like blogger Stephanie's is a great idea. They're fun to make, attractive to look at, and a good way to help beneficial pollinators and other insects survive and thrive in your garden. Get the how-to here. || @Stephanie @ Garden Therapy
Build a Bug Hotel - Garden Therapy
Display your beautiful plants at eye-level with these creative vertical and hanging gardens designed by our favorite bloggers, on The Home Depot Blog.
Outdoor Decorating Ideas: Vertical Gardens and Hanging Gardens
It can be so difficult (and expensive!) to come up with creative centerpieces for parties. Don't fret, just plop some plants into themed planters, and you're done! Click through for more easy table décor featuring live flowers.
Follow along as Donna from Funky Junk Interiors demonstrates how to create an adorable garden walkway using pallet wood. You can do it in just a few easy steps. || @Donna - Funky Junk Interiors
A pallet wood garden walkway
What a creative way to re-use old lighting fixtures! Use an old pendant light from your home or find one at a thrift store to turn a regular potted plant into a hanging planter. Follow along as Erin from DIY on the Cheap shows you how. || @Erin @ DIY On the Cheap
Adams Manufacturing Gardening Supplies. 36 in. Deluxe Resin White Garden Planter
Window boxes are a beautiful addition of color to any home, but sometimes we find ourselves in situations that just don't permit the permanent flowery addition. Recreate the feel of window boxes with these planters during the summer, and then store them away for the winter.
These 'maters aren't ready to pick (unless you're having fried green tomatoes for dinner). They'll turn red when they're ready--but how do you know when to harvest edibles that don't change colors? Click on to find out when your veggies are ripe for picking.
When to Harvest Your Edibles | Garden Club
Don't kick these buckets--they're pretty, and besides, they're holding herbs on blogger Jewel Hazelton’s small patio. How clever to match the colors of her container to her pillows, and echo the blue seat cushions with a rug! Click on for more small garden design tips!
Small Patio Ideas: From One Patio to Another - The Home Depot
What a creative way to decorate your front walkway-- Polka-Dotted Tiered Planters. Amy from Positively Splendid demonstrates this quick and easy how-to! || @Positively Splendid
What can you grow in a pot? A lot! Our friends at Bonnie Plants grow eggplants, herbs, tomatoes and much more. Use big containers, and click on for more growing tips.
What Can I Grow in a Pot? - Bonnie Plants
You've packed your sandals and stopped the mail, but who's taking care of your plants while you're on vacation? A drip irrigation kit will keep the garden green and growing, even if you're home but too busy to water. Click through to see how you can set up a drip irrigation system in your yard.