What a cute and clever idea! Clear around the planting area, for productive growth of the beans. Greate hideaway for kids in the yard, leave the grass in the center.c- I might do this even if i hate beans!
Beautiful Cracked Log Lamps Made From Imperfect Salvaged Wood That Can Also Be Used as Furniture
Stump and cracked log lights by Duncan Meerding
Driftwood Succulent Arrangement This is gorgeous! I happen to have some driftwood.
Who knew you could grow green onions in water alone? You just place the onions into a jar of water and put into a sunny window, rinse and refill the jar with fresh water every few days
Top 30 DIY Pallet Sofa Ideas 101 Pallets These are really cool, wonder if we can make something like this for the garden.
Self watering hanging basket. The link shows putting a small pot in center and filling with water but I like the water bottle idea shown in illustration.remember to line bottom with plastic bag (between the soil and fiber or moss) - Gardening For Life
DIY Trellis ideas using willow and bamboo. -I want to use willow as my fence
DIY Garden and Outdoor Furniture Ideas
DIY Garden and Outdoor Furniture Ideas. Easy designs to create amazing DIY furniture for your garden or outdoor space.
Succulents will not last long in low light. I don't understand why ppl say they are. Indoor low light tolerating succulents in a wooden orb
got junk, gardening, repurposing upcycling, succulents, Terracotta tower of succulents
Clay pot inside a larger pot, fill one with soil and the other with gravel. Plant flowers in one larger pot, place candle and hurricane glass in other. Great for wedding centerpiece!
Rolls of roses: Simply plunge the cuttings into the ground. Before planting cuttings, push the bottom end into a small potato, which keeps the cuttings moist as they develop roots. It sounds crazy, but the row of allotment roses is proof it works.
Now, THIS is a gorgeous idea for your terra cotta pots + a Dollar Store candle!
DIY flower pot centerpiece ~ solar light instead of candle
Glass Beads Dance in Your Garden It's hard not to smile when you see these sparkling Dancing Garden Jewels bobbing and swaying in the breeze. The multicolored glass beads are strung on flexible, stainless steel wires. "Plant" them anywhere in your garden.