Fabulous Ideas to Decorate Your Garden
Show the world your creative flair by adding unique touches to your garden. Give any theme your heart likes or just follow your inner directions to create a theme of your own. There are thousands of ideas from which you can get inspiration and customize them according to your space, need and budget. There is no limit to the creativity you can flaunt in your garden space. You can use almost any surplus stuff, get it modified into something new and decorate in your garden. Take your garden as an outlet where you can exhibit your art and creations and express your positive energies in a way that catches attention.
Manage your outdoor patio mess by crafting this DIY storage box and bench. This is a dual purpose storage box that will cater your needs as a storage facilitator and also as an outdoor counter where you can place some accessories and décor items on the top shelf. This is definitely the need of your garden so must go for it.
Craft your own vertical planter to grow herbs or flowers. The planter is ideal for a small garden or patio, also it is very portable and can be placed anywhere you like. This can be cheaply created from the pallet wood or simply assembling crates to form a structure as presented in below DIY project.
A spiral garden is a versatile and practical solution for urban and hobbyist gardeners alike to maximize space. Gravity allows water to drain freely from the top of the spiral and seep to all layers, creating microclimates. A dry zone at the top and moist area at the bottom gives you many options when choosing plants. We planted tulips at the top of our spiral as they require very little water.
The Space-Maker Pivoting Trellis consists of two panels that you can adjust independently. In the vertical position, the trellis supports large plants like tomatoes. Also ideal for pole beans, small-fruited squash and flowering vines. The pivoting connectors fit securely into the corners of the planter box to create a fully integrated support system.
If your garden area is small then try to use dark colors, especially, if your garden is confined by walls. Dark colors give depth and impact. Darker colors make the boundaries look visible resulting in the illusion of more distance. Carefully placed, pretty yet practical, these elements offer subtle but effective clues. Even in a small landscape, a sequence of discrete spaces, connected by passageways and paths, adds a sense of mystery and expansiveness to an ordinary stroll.
Gardeners will appreciate this sturdy, good-looking workbench: Perfect for the behind-the-scenes dirty work of potting young plants, it also contains storage space for hand tools and supplies. The 5-foot-long bench, which the intermediate woodworker can build in a weekend, is made all the more durable by using 4-by-4s for legs; 2-by lumber is used as horizontal boards that fit snugly in dado joints cut in the legs.