Rustic Table

Rustic Outdoor Table - cabinet doors and pots for side tables? Balanced on a few overturned flowerpots, an old wooden door becomes a rustic and sturdy outdoor coffee table or work surface.

Horsetail and creeping Jenny--great contrast of colors and textures

Horsetail and creeping jenny - very compatible, they both like it wet. This kind of plant combination is fairly easy to maintain because it doesn't need a drain hole in pot, you can fill it with many days worth of water, even in hot weather.

Things to Make with Hypertufa - Bing Images

Make Concrete Leaf Stepping Stones

planter on back of chair <3

planter hooked on back of chair - pretty for your outdoor patio or where ever. idea for one of my wooden chairs

Rock garden with a difference: terracotta pots with succulents on wooden poles.

Might just need to make a gardening board now haha succulents/cacti are the only type plants i love. Flowers, bushes, etc are too boring. Like how they are arranged at varying heights on the stumps.

Fun diy!

Mini Table Top Garden -- oh, my goodness! Could be a fairy garden. Could be an Easter garden. Could be a Mary garden. I want one for the kitchen shelf under the window.


potted garden - HOH Cyclamen, frost resistant for cool places indoors and outdoors. Autumn Heather, bud blooming for longer enjoyment. Chrysanthemums, early autumn flower that is sensitive to freezing temperatures.

Although Spring has well and truly sprung in our garden, my plants don't seem to have woken up just yet so I was at a loss for a blog topic....

Wooden garden gate idea using large branches. I love the look of branch fences and gates, you see them a lot around the upstate SC and I would love to have it in my yard!

Bucket flower garden

vintage Galvanized Tubs and Watering Can water fountain, soooo cute! I love buckets!

Vintage inspired display for garden potting shelf and terracotta pots. At Fleaing market in Paris, France Repinned by www.silver-and-grey.com

Three of my favorite things:cloches, wire baskets, and topiaries. From Apothecary Design on Face Book

Chalkboard paint ideas

Chalkboard Pots: Organize plants and seedlings, and identify homegrown kitchen herbs, by painting the collars of clay pots with stripes of chalkboard paint (available at craft stores). After the paint dries, write the name of each plant using chalk.