Just because it’s hot outside doesn’t mean gardening stops. Keep your hands in the dirt with these three DIY projects.
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Interested in growing your own veggies? You don’t need a big suburban yard to plant a garden when you create a wonderful edible garden right on your balcony.
Share the beauty of edibles when you add them among the ornamentals when you create a foodscape. The foodscaping trend is a way to have a beautiful landscape and eat it too, all the while staying within the bounds of HOA guidelines and your own good taste.
Build a corner planter and fill it with flowers and foliage for a purely decorative planter, or add edibles like lettuce, herbs or even a tomato plant in the top level.
Create your container garden masterpiece by selecting a thriller element. The thriller gives height and texture and sets the tone for remaining plants.
Got a balcony or small space? Check out these simple ideas to add harvest decor to your outdoor space.
Grow a salad garden just outside your door with pots of vegetables and herbs. Begin with good-sized containers, well-draining potting mix and quality plants.
Grow a collection of your favorite kitchen herbs by combining them in containers. Most herbs are willing to share small space quarters as long as they get plenty of light.
Make a small space bloom when you plant roses in containers. Pick up tips for growing climbing roses on patios and more small spaces.
Take some lessons from painters and sculptors: Step outside and visualize your landscape space as a canvas.
Last-minute holiday decorating — including ideas for small spaces — doesn’t have to cost much. It just takes a little time to punch up your decor with our easy ideas.
Deck your patio in summertime style with these ideas for the Fourth of July.