Here is what I've been working on along with my fiancee this year. Each year the garden seems to get a little bigger and more expensive. At least this year, we have been winning the battle against the deer.
Commented on Jun 08, 2012
Beautiful garden, I can appreciate the time and effort you have put into it. As a gardener
myself its so rewarding to walk through it and see the beauty in it and how it delights others.....
I used insulation foam boards, cut into 15"x15" squares. Than I covered each with batting and fabric using duct tape. To hang on the wall I used double-sided velcro so they can be taken down to clean, or rearranged. It really made this drafty room so much warmer.
Ok... I usually do not like kits but we needed a water feature for a recent project and custom was not in the budget. We purchased this "pond in a box" and for around $800.00 it came with
stone and everything. I was suprised how nice it turned out and still allowed for us to be creative with the layout. This is a great DIY project for someone who would like to build a pond and is unsure of what materials they may need. It is not for those who want a large pond but great for a small space!
Commented on Feb 26, 2012
Nice, but I think there is a cheaper way to do it!