There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit Site
  • Kylie Holland

    This is my childhood dream!!! I will do this in the backyard in the Spring!!! GardenFort by Magic Cabin: Set up the framework, plant the seeds at the base and watch as nature grows a lovely, living, secret fortress. Includes Black-Eyed Susan Vine, Cypress Vine and Asparagus Beans. $69.98

Related Pins

Plant a bunch of these giant allium flowers. | 30 DIY Ways To Make Your Backyard Awesome This Summer

teepee - the girls want to grow morning glories - would be fun to make a teepee for them to climb on.

I'm thinking pumpkins and squash! Tie several poles together, lace with twine (I will use chicken netting for strength if I use it for pumpkins/squash)

OOOO when we move I SO wanna do THIS! How To Grow Lemons Seeds » The Homestead Survival

How to grow a pineapple tree! i have done this it is a wonderful plant

Growing Vegetables Plants from Kitchen Scraps! - celery scraps growing roots and new stalks. One way is to use kitchen scraps to grow plants! Yes a lot of foods you disregard as not edible and/or trash can in fact grow into a plant and give you more fruits and vegetables! It is an alternative way of growing a vegetable garden then growing from seed or buying a bunch of plants.

Growing garlic indoors: need an endless supply!

Rain Spout Trellis: Conceal unsightly outdoor plumbing by turning an eyesore into an attractive feature with a vertical garden - train a colourful climber up a wire or trellis structure. What a great idea! More vertical garden inspiration @ themicrogardener.... | The Micro Gardener

Do this in front yard. Potager - Kitchen garden at Bolen residence. LOVE the use of the large pots to control the amount of water or nutrients herbs need as opposed to the vegetables! "This raised-bed kitchen garden was absolutely stunning and made great use of a narrow space that was formerly used as a dog enclosure. The space was designed by John Fluitt, an Oklahoma landscape designer."

Tips on growing peonies. Good to know that my non-blooming peonies are not necessarily a failure!