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DIY Rain Chain Projects • Ideas & Tutorials!

I love watching bees swimming in pollen.

Sempervivums...looks just like a crocheted blanket!


A 17th century farmhouse in Devon. Love the use of hazel supports for the roses.

Cucamelons: Tiny ‘watermelons’ that taste of pure cucumber with a tinge of lime. easy-to-grow

Alliums and Stipa Tennuisima-Gorgeous Mix

Love this miniature side-yard garden! More smart side-yard solutions:

Edison Pendant

DIY Succulent Orb by diggardensnursery #Succulent_Orb

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Hellebores by Marian McEvoy, wsj: Sometimes known as 'Christmas Rose' or 'Lenten Rose', these elegant, shade loving perennials which are long lasting and low maintenance are captivating stars of early spring gardens. Openly worshipped overseas, Hellebores are still something of a cult secret in America. www.hellebores.or... #Perennials #Hellebores

Repurposed Webber Grill

gorgeous set of vintage-looking wood planters - love that light aqua blue color.

Beautiful lichen

Old wood + fern + gorgeous

My dream gateway.

I love campanulas

Aloe polyphylla- SPIRAL ALOE. So beautiful!!

Wonderful mini-beast hotel

  • Olivia Petty

    Do you have any tips for making a M-B hotel? We are about to do one at school!

  • Jude Chillman

    Old pipes, roof tiles or shingles in stacks, bamboo, straw and old pots all make good resting places. Just choose your boxes or whatever you want to build it from and have fun experimenting but make sure it has a weatherproof roof.

  • Jude Chillman

    And put it somewhere sheltered.

old crate filled with logs, greens, pinecones, and lights...This would look great on the porch by the front door!

large metal wreath form and placed moss on it. Then tied terracotta pots to it and filled some with succulents.

Iron Planter Stand - or fire box