Whether in our wallets or in our backyards, it’s always nice to see a little green. With these great planter ideas, you can have both! Use one or more of these ideas to bring your yard or patio to life while not having to break the bank!
Grass lawns can be expensive to water and a hassle to mow. While most yards are typically covered in grass, there’s nothing wrong with going grass free and having a different style for your backyard. Here are a few options of pulling up the sod and putting down some style!
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.
Gardening is hard enough without all the addition worries about insects and animals ruining all your hard work. Grub worms are one of the worst problems to have because they not only eat your plants, but they attract animals that eat them, so you have even more problems! But, if you’ve found grub worms to
Having a large expanse of green, lush grass can be great; however, some people don’t like it and other times it’s just not financially smart because of all the water and management it takes to keep the grass alive. If you live in a heat-prone region where growing and keeping grass alive is difficult, or
Sometimes it’s just too hard (or too expensive) to find the planter that would be perfect for your yard or home. Don’t settle and buy a less preferred one; simply make your own! Concrete planters are fairly straightforward to make and aren’t nearly as difficult as some people think they are. Here are a few