Make your own copper planters, then use plant fertilizer and vinegar to enhance the beauty of the copper. Follow our step-by-step instructions to create these unique copper pots.
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Even if you don’t have room for a full vegetable garden, you can grow fresh greens when you plant in a hanging lettuce basket. Follow our step-by-step instructions.
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 own pots using cement and decorating them with a custom copper pattern. Take the look in an industrial, modern or glam direction, depending on your decor.
This DIY succulent heart planter would look lovely on a front porch or on a door, and it will last much longer than a bouquet of flowers or a box of chocolates. Get the step-by-step instructions.
Even if you have the space for a big garden, you don’t always want to traipse outside to collect herbs when you’re in the middle of cooking. Keep your favorite flavors nearby with this mini kitchen herb garden box.
Decorate your front door this Christmas season with a festive rosemary wreath using a surprising base from the hardware aisle.
Make an elegant Christmas tree dress using a dress form and tree trimmings. It’s easier than it looks and may be the start of a new creative Christmas tradition.
Wrap Christmas gifts in garden style this season with inspiration from nature and the aisles of The Home Depot.
Regardless the size of your yard, you can build a compost bin to suit your needs. Compost naturally breaks down yard waste and kitchen scraps into crumbly, nutrient-rich soil.
Fifteen minutes of work this fall will yield six weeks of blooming bulbs come spring when you plant bulbs in a container, lasagna-style.
When you’re having a party, the flowers should be part of the fun. Get started on these party pots now and enjoy all summer long.