DIY - Off the Wall Suspended Gardens Looks simple enough, right? A couple of terra-cotta pots, spray paint, flower pot hangers and some wood screws.boom, a suspended garden. Isn't it a lovely look? Maybe on the backyard side of the front fence?
Plant a fairy garden in an old washtub, birdbath or wagon. On my to-do list- I've seen somewhere where they use recycled bottles to make fairy houses this could be cute too and maybe stimulate some imaginative play/ thinking Ker Daddy daughter craft
we have been trying to come up with an idea around the trees towards the end of our yard. "If you have a leveled yard and trees, try this awesome DIY project. People of all ages will enjoy this mini sun deck.
Ashikaga Flower Park in Tochigi Japan This plant, a wisteria, is a vine. Notice the grid work up above that the plant was trained on. This vine will pull down a brick wall so don't plant it against your house.