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.
The Thrifty Girl's Guide to Coastal Decor - the thinking closet
It has been five weeks since the grand reveal of our Rustic Nautical Master Bedroom Makeover…and the high from your incredible reception to it all still hasn’t worn off. So, thank you to each of you who has taken time to click through to read this series or leave an encouraging word. It means more to us thanRead more
Small Space Gardens Plus Book Reviews and Giveaway
Today I thought I would shake things up a bit and show some ideas for smaller gardens. In this first garden, the backyard is so small, the lawn is no bigger than an 8'x 10' area rug. Despite the limited space, these homeowners have managed to create the prefect outdoor retreat in the heart of a busy downtown core. Remember spider plants? Doesn't it look stunning in this rusted urn? No space for one of the ponds that I showed in my last post? Hang a wall fountain instead. Details count even…