Nature is a ceramic planter used for growing a variety of herbs and flowers. The largest opening at the top can hold plants that need to root deeper. Opening like an artichoke, the form allows the individual pockets to collect water. The planter uses a co…
10 Ideas for Tiny Balconies
If you’ve got a balcony, you’ve got potential. Even if it’s too small for a chair, there is space to create a small garden, a tiny hideaway, a space outside to call your own. If you’re short on ideas, jump below to get inspired by some small outdoor spaces.1. Gardening Nook. Take a cue from this tiny Tokyo balcony and make it your gardening refuge for potting, tending to and enjoying your little plant family.2. Shoe Rack.
Rail Balcony Planters
Rail Planter Boxes for balconies offer the possibility to minimise use of space along the balcony rail this means you have more space for furniture. Rail planter boxes also provide great visual dimension to your balcony especially if you have a main living space opening out onto the balcony the rail planter boxes help frame the view. New planters on offer this year include a few old favourites like conventional hooks which simply attach to the balcony rail allowing you to attaché planters of…
Hostas in a pot! It works and it works well....every spring they return...in the pot! Love the idea of putting other things with them! adds a pop of color
Hostas in a pot! It works and it works well....every spring they return...in the pot! Love the idea of putting other things with them! adds a pop of color by Hilda McDonald on Indulgy.com
DIY Plant Gift Ideas best for every occasion - Craftionary .
Learn how to gift a plant, succulent, herbs and flowers to guests, family and friends with DIY plant gift ideas for birthday, wedding, mothers day & more.
These Patio Garden Ideas Will Make You Want to Spend All Your Time Outdoors
If your patio has seen better days, there’s no better time to give it a good refresh. And once you’ve livened up your patio furniture, you may want to take a look at your patio’s plant life, whether that means a vertical garden or sticking with traditional pots and raised beds. Looking to eat what you grow on your patio? Climbing vine vegetables like tomatoes and beans work well, as do bulb and root vegetables like onions and radishes, and leafy greens like cabbage.
Nicola’s Colorful & Cozy Balcony Garden
Name: NicolaLocation: Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts I’ve been a fan for years, so it’s fun to share my porch garden with you now. So here’s my TINY little porch space from last summer (2011). The porch is no bigger than 9’x4′. There’s just barely enough room for 2 lounging chairs, a 2-person bistro set, and a mini-weber grill (unfortunately not pictured!).