Garden markers add personality to a garden and help you remember which row is tomatoes and which is peppers. Gather (or purchase) river rocks, some paint markers (pick up Sharpie brand at The Home Depot) and create these cute river rock plant markers crafted by Devin of West Valley Moms blog. || @westvalleymoms
Ok, here's my tip of the day... don’t attempt to collect butterfly weed seeds outside, otherwise every time the wind blows you’ll be chasing them down the street. There's an easier way. Click here to learn How To Collect Butterfly Weed Seeds From The Garden | GetBusyGardening.com
After a full season of keeping the yard looking beautiful, winter is a great time to get hard-working garden tools in shape for spring! Learn how to revitalize, sharpen and clean your essential garden tools with these simple tips.
If your neighbors aren't into gardening like you are, take advantage of their neaby spaces to create the feel of a vista in your small garden landsape. This small backyard is packed with color and texture -- but the open views and soaring trees next door keeps it from feeling cramped.
We love this small yard landscaping idea: Place bold, bright colors in front of where you'll view them. Because they catch your attention first, the rest of the small garden landscape beyond will seem to recede, helping it to feel larger.