We all know that plant markers are essential to keeping your sanity in the garden, but who says they have to be boring? Check out this list of creative plant marker ideas and get inspired in your garden!
If you are having drainage problems in your backyard then a dry creek bed is just the idea to help fix that up! Even if you aren’t having problems but just want to spruce up your yard, take a look at these great ideas to add an awesome feature to your yard!
Greenhouses make everyone feel like a better gardener and thriftier master of the yard. Not only that, but they help our plants grow and stay healthy longer, even when the weather outside isn’t the best. Here are some cheap, easy, quick, and/or fun ideas for your own backyard greenhouse.
One of the first things your guests will see is your front door; it’s just a simple fact. As with people, you want your house to make a good first impression, so get ready to receive inspiration from these bold and beautiful front doors and maybe even adopt one of their designs for yourself!
When it comes time to have guests over and just enjoy your backyard, a little privacy is always appreciated. No one wants the neighbors peering over to see what’s cooking or to get upset that they weren’t invited! Here are some fun and creative fence ideas that you can make all by yourself!
Flies are possible the most annoying things that can come into our house. And it seems like when they enter, they don’t ever want to leave. Instead of chasing them around with a fly swatter and seeing how many you can whack, try some of these unusual ideas to get rid of the pests!
As the cold, dark days of winter begin to fade behind us, the excitement and joy of spring can get us leaping outside before the yard is ready for full-on maintenance. With these ten simple ideas, you can start checking things off your to-do-list and getting ready for spring!
You see the signs of moles–those foreboding mounds filling your once-beautiful lawn. Have no fear! There are many solutions to get rid of the moles you’ve got and prevent new ones from taking up residence. Here’s to reclaiming your lawn!