Gardens and Gardening Tips
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Gardens and Gardening Tips
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Surprise friends and even the mail man with this cute wreath made from a garden hose and garden gloves.
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Housewarming gift... water hose wreath
Garden hose and garden gloves wreath - cute shower gift
SO cute for yard decor... via red head can decorate @Looksi Square
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Stack an old dresser drawer atop a makeshift table and add some colorful paint for a bright, fun way to grow flowers. Get the tutorial at My Repurposed Life.
Though there's nothing very exciting about old tires, some wooden slats and a few coats of colorful spray paint can miraculously transform them into delightfully cheery backyard planters. Get the tutorial at Lemon, Bean and Things.
Build a Wall of Flowers for Your Backyard
Plant Pot Wreath... love it!
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Terra cotta pot wreath. LOVE IT!!! Bet I could make a kitchen herb garden in it.
terracotta pot wreath... herb garden =)
Potted plants wreath. Cute idea, especially for someone who has a lot of terra cotta pots just hanging out in her garage!
Clay Pot Wreath - cute idea for herb garden
flower pot wreath. Great idea for front door.
DIY Herb Garden Wreath | Shelterness
We can't wait to make this decorated spring watering can!
Embroidery hoops can pile up, and if you're looking for a way to thin the herd, try making these round hanging planters. Want even more color? Spray paint the hoop before attaching the planter for a burst of garden happiness.
These precious little miniature toadstools make a fun addition to your garden — or to small planters in need of some personality.
These easy pop-top herb gardens from Handmade Charlotte. All you need: A tin can, hot glue gun, seeds, and potting soil.
These stenciled garden stepping stones use inexpensive concrete pavers, tape, and weather-resistant paint to create a colorful, modern honeycomb design guaranteed to liven up any garden.
Need a place to store your tools? Grab an old crate, throw on some wheels, and stencil in your name to make this handy, rolling garden crate.
Lacking in backyard space but have plenty of fencing? Make this tin can fence garden—it takes up less space than a traditional garden, and helps make your boring, bland fencing look much more attractive.
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Beloved gardener Robert Dash said it best: "All good garden paths should lead to loitering with fine intent, and if they don't, then something is wrong indeed. Loitering is horticulturally permissible behavior."