I’m always ready to get outside and beautify my space as soon as spring rolls around. You can completely transform an outdoor space and add colorful touches just by using containers! Containers are the perfect solution for the money conscious or the small space gardener. They come in all sorts of shapes, sizes and even […]
I was a little skeptic this spring when sowing my seeds in various pots, raised beds, and planters. I am so used to digging my fingers deep into the dirt and couldn’t wait until next years full garden was being planted.
Limited space for a garden? Life to hectic or transient to till a plot and properly care for the soil? You can still have a fruitful garden.
Just a quick little post to show off our rapidly growing cucumbers. I can almost watch them growing. These two pictures were taken roughly 48 hours apart, and I’d swear the plants have grown about 12 inches in that time frame.
Jennifer gifted me a beautiful fairy house that she made at a ceramics studio nearby. I’ve decided to incorporate it in a broken pot garden! I’ve never either of these before, a broken pot garden or a fairy garden, so it should be interesting to see how this goes!
These inexpensive potting bags made from ground cover fabric make an ideal container garden for those who need a portable garden. They are easy to make!