Looking for Simple Garden Projects? Check These Out!

Gardens are so pretty and depending upon what you put in yours can be very useful. Gardens can also be a lot of work to maintain. In order to help you have a garden but keep it simple we found this great article with some simple garden projects. We hope it helps you get a garden you can enjoy and maintain!

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From the article:

Summer is here! Time to spend your days outside. If you are like me, you will be out gardening. This year I am working on two gardens. The first is my patio garden in which I grow my vegetables in containers & pots. The second is in my parents’ yard which is more of a family effort. I love doing both. Working on my own patio garden means I get to come up with my own garden projects and make it my own. Working with my sister and mother on the yard garden means I get to see their ideas and see our creativity work together.

In this post I put together a few simple garden projects that you can easily do with your own garden, be it a normal yard garden or a patio garden.

Cement Block Planter
All I used was two cement blocks, tape, plastic liner with holes, soil, and flowers. I taped a plastic liner (a bag that held grocery store grapes) inside the holes of one block. Filled the holes with soil. Added these flowers. and Voila! How simple is that?

Antique Containers for a Flower Bed
My mother is a antique collector. She has so many great pieces in the house and in the garden as well. I love using unique containers for veggies and plants a like.

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