This easy DIY wreath stands out in white among the traditional red, green and gold holiday colors, or you can incorporate natural elements such as holly with berries.
Create a star-shaped holiday wreath for your front porch using painted yardsticks and pine branches.
Leave a joyous mark with inspirational sayings stenciled on wishing stones for the holidays.
Make an easy holiday swag out of natural elements and add some pop to your Christmas decor.
Tie up a pretty package of fall blooms wrapped in rustic burlap.
Put the scare on at Halloween with a scary fairy garden.
Create tins wrapped in burlap with fun stenciled words or designs. Fill the tins with your favorite flowers for a decorative fall display.
Create a garden tool storage container that will keep your tools clean and prevent rust.
Create lightweight hypertufa containers using cement, sphagnum peat moss and perlite. These containers are easy and fun to make. We filled ours with succulents.
Build a unique planter using just four paver stones in this easy-to-follow guide.
Use Rumblestone pavers to build a unique planter for your patio.
Shrubs are the foundation of a landscape, the steady verdant stalwarts of the garden. That is, for most of the year. In spring, these six foundation plants cast off their coats and show off their blooms. Plant one or more before the weather gets too hot.