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16 Creative DIY Indoor Gardens

Though it’s still summer, cold seasons aren’t far away and if you’d like to enjoy nature and greenery even when it’s cold outside, you’ll need an indoor garden. Choose some pretty plants and begin making an original small garden that suits...

How To Make A Simple Vertical Garden

If your garden lacks a piece that would be comfortable for planting and make your plants look to advantage, let’s make this vertical garden. The supplies are a wooden pole, 4 clay pots, 10 zip ties, flowers, potting soil, and paint. Measure and cut...

How To Make A Simple Vertical Garden

If your garden lacks a piece that would be comfortable for planting and make your plants look to advantage, let’s make this vertical garden. The supplies are a wooden pole, 4 clay pots, 10 zip ties, flowers, potting soil, and paint. Measure and cut...

How To Make An Air Plant Display

Air plants are easy to take care of and you may create a cool home garden or just plant display of them to enliven your space. The supplies are strainers, paper, paper fasteners, small rocks and air plants, hooks and a tray. Hand the screws into the...

How To Make An Air Plant Display

Air plants are easy to take care of and you may create a cool home garden or just plant display of them to enliven your space. The supplies are strainers, paper, paper fasteners, small rocks and air plants, hooks and a tray. Hand the screws into the...

Ted the Marijuana Farmer

When I was fifteen, Ted the Drug Dealer took a weekend off, drove his cab to Kentucky, killed a dog with a machete, and brought home four hundred pounds of marijuana.The rumor was that police departments in Central and Western Kentucky, as part of th...

5 Tips for Protecting Your Patio Furniture in Extreme Weather

 Guest Blogger #850, Entry #2035, January 22, 2012 When we’re out shopping for patio furniture, it’s usually during the late spring or early summer months. You know, when the weather is full of warmth and sunshine. However, being that we...
by Stagetecture on Jan 22, 2013

Things I've learnt recently

        For most of my teen and adulthood years, I've been striving  to develop that special "Je ne sais quoi" that helps some people spot tiny, little details I've never been able to detect even if they were literally b...
by The Seaman Mom on Dec 22, 2012

Making the most of outdoor space

        Most people’s outdoor space is wasted, and as anyone with a large family will know; you never seem to have enough space! Patios, gardens and decks go unused for most of the year. Reclaiming these areas for use, even when...
by Larger Family Life on Nov 28, 2012

Cool DIY Mini Magnet Garden

We have told you of mini gardens for your home many times and you can choose from many variants, but this garden is the smallest one because it’s made of wine corks. The supplies are corks, a knife, a screwdriver, a hot glue gun and magnets. Punch...

Cool DIY Herb Garden Of Reused Wine Bottles

Reused wine bottles may be a cool material for creating not only vases of different kind but also a personal herb garden with a slight vintage touch. You’ll need some bottle, a drill, corks, wire, glass cutter, a bottle of Goo Gone. Cut the bottle...

DIY Garden And Deck-Top Pond In One

There are many cool home gardens – indoor and outdoor, but this is not only a garden but also a pond. First cut your plywood of the measures you need into boards and apply polyurethane glue to a long edge of the floorboard. Glue and fasten the boar...

Creative Garden Ideas to Freshen Up Your Outdoor Home

Entry #1451, August 9, 2012 There’s no better way to freshen up your home than having a garden. Having plants in your backyard garden provides shade and a wonderful view that is pleasing to the eyes. A garden revitalizes your home ambiance and prov...
by Stagetecture on Aug 9, 2012

Cool DIY Vertical Pallet Garden

We have already told you about various gardens, including vertical ones. And you know how pallets may be used also. Now there’s an idea of a vertical garden of a pallet. You’ll need 3-4 pallets in similar as planters, a hammer and nails for pulli...

DIY Driftwood Wall Garden

If you came home from a vacation and still miss some nature wonders, this how-to is for you. A home garden in a driftwood piece! For the project you’ll need a piece of driftwood which you can find anywhere, hooks and nails and some air plants that...

A few things to share and only one thing to ask !

  Hello my friends, after a very busy week, I am here again with a few things to tell and even one thing to ask. First of all I am so pleased to tell you that the weather in Belgium was rather nice the past days and that all roses in our garden...
by Belgian Pearls on Jun 23, 2012

Cool DIY Tin Cans Garden

There are many ways to create a garden even if you don’t have space for that. For example, a hanging garden, mobile and convenient in using – what can be better? Take tin cans, clothesline, spray paint, a hammer and some nails. First make holes i...

DIY Mobile Hanging Mini-Garden

As it’s almost summer we all want a garden – it doesn’t matter if it’s big or a small one, on your window sill. For a hanging garden you’ll need herb plants, a chain, S hooks, tins and organic soil. First of all make holes in the tins;  ta...

Hydrangeas on our terrace

  A week ago I posted about the hydrangea plants Jan bought for my mother’s day (here). And I promised to post a picture of their final destination.   Yesterday both hydrangeas panniculata were planted in Anduze vases that we placed on o...
by Belgian Pearls on May 20, 2012

Small DIY Home Garden On Your Window Sill

If you leave in a big city and don’t have a garden, that’s a pity because it’s almost summer and we all want is a piece of nature. But the news is good!  You can create a small and simple home garden yourself. All you’ll need is some plants...


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