Nothing seems to be more useless and ruined than our metal tools and objects that get all rusty. However, with a little creativity and an artistic touch, you can turn that used-to-be rusted junk into great decorations and projects for your backyard! Here are just a few ideas to get you started!
So all you’ve got is a patch of grass and a dilapidated bunch of plastic chairs? Make more out of your outdoor space by creating a place where you and your family and friends can relax and have fun together. Check out this list, see the potential in your backyard, and get planning!
Raised garden beds have tons of advantages over normal gardens. They are easier on your back, they provide better drainage, they have easier access without stomping on other plants, and they keep out pesky animals. However, lots of people think a raised garden bed has to be your average wooden rectangle, but that’s not true!
There’s nothing worse than settling down in your backyard for a nice, relaxing evening only to be interrupted by the constant buzz and annoyance of mosquitoes! If you’re anything like me, then mosquitos love your blood and never have mercy when it comes to sucking you dry! Don’t worry anymore about those pesky bugs, try
If there’s one thing I hate doing, it’s throwing stuff out. Either I always feel like they have more life or there are other purposes that my possessions can serve. If you’re the same way, then here are some great repurposing ideas you can employ in your garden to get the most out of your
Eating fruits and vegetables always makes us feel great, but when we grow it ourselves for FREE, it’s even better! Here are 20 food that regrow from their kitchen scraps and that you can plant in your garden!
Let’s face it: some of us just aren’t born with patience. We like to get things as quickly as we can. And that can sometimes keep us from planting a garden because we think it will take months and months to get the fruits and vegetables we want now! Well, no need to avoid gardening
Encourage your little ones to play in the dirt by helping with the garden! Dedicate a corner of the garden just for them, and let them pick what they want to grow. All the plants listed below have been chosen because they are easy to grow. Your kids will love seeing (and even eating) the