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DIY Cinder blocks + 4 x 4 beams + paint = Instant Bench! Use concrete Adhesive to hold cinder blocks together.

cinder block bench / DIY

Diy: Outdoor Bench from Concrete Blocks & Wooden Slats

A colored outdoor bench for your garden or your terrace made out of concrete blocks and wooden slats. The concrete blocks are joined together with a silicone adhesive base and some wooden slats were added for the seat.

broken pieces of stone or slate

Similar to the idea of hollowing out a tree stump, there are also plants that will grow really well in shallow rocks. You might already have a few rocks that are hollow enough t(Diy Garden Rocks)

MAKE THESE SUPER EASY CONCRETE HAND PLANTERS/BOWLS IN 20 MINUTES :: Hometalk

MAKE THESE SUPER EASY CONCRETE HAND PLANTERS/BOWLS IN 20 MINUTES

Recycling : Planter Hangers by spoons

DIY Spoon Planter Hangers: A fun DIY project for your backyard! Recycle these jars and old spoons to make these gorgeous hanging planters> They look so perfect in your front porch or backyard! - My Garden Window

Funky Junky Tea Tree!

This is the most awesome idea ever!Make Your Own Alice In Wonderland Garden Spot Shopping list: Old tree stump or fake tree to hide the pump and tubes. reservoir of water and Tea pots.

.sudsy kitchen sink garden

Kitchen Sink Planter ~ How Fun! I have a kitchen sink in my backyard that I plant in. I am so doing this in the spring (I still need to find an old faucet, though).

Boot planters

20 Great Easter/Spring Ideas via Pinterest!!

for the garden

Watering Can Waterfall Fountain. Just need an outdoor pump, some tubing, and watering cans. this is the basic idea of filtering water through drums to save

topsy turvy planter polka dot

Topsy Turvy Planters - Gardening on the Slant - The Gardening Coiok

Not crazy about the polka dots but cute idea! To make Tipsy Pots, you simply get whatever length of rebar you want (allowing for or more to be IN the ground). Then just slip the terra cotta pots over the rebar and and "tip" them as you go up.

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