For those of you who have a small backyard, love garden art, or are considering adding another water feature to your landscape, perhaps a small fountain like this will help. They use only
a little water (can be hooked up to an autofill from your irrigation system), use a small pump that will use only a little electricity, and are easy to install. Three great reasons to consider this a good choice! For more ideas on small water features, check out this portfolio on our website: http://www.rmwaterscape.com/rmw/Portfolio/Pa...
Want to add some pretty flowers to your fence this spring? It's really easy to do. All you need is a few clay pots from your local garden store, some spray paint in your favorite Spring
colors and a few Hang-A-Pot hooks. After you have gathered your supplies, your first step is to beautify your pots with spray paint. I decided to cover the rims on my pots with painter's tape, but you can paint as much or as little as you like. While your pots are drying, grab your hooks and installed them on your fence. They are super easy to install and will be hidden by your flowers in the pots. After that all that is left is planting your beautiful Spring flowers. If you would like more details on where to buy the hooks or to see my fence flower pots, you can simply visit my post. http://www.inspirationformoms.com/2011/06/my... #itching4Spring#hangapot#flowers#garden
One day as I was walking through the Woods, I came upon this big beautiful vine that had fallen or was cut down from a tree. I decided I would attatch my coconut shells to it and make a
vertical planter. If you decide you would like to do this, pre-coat with an insect repelant or you will have critters setting up home in your vine or piece of wood.
I filled a planter with gravel to hold the vine in place and then artistically fashioned the vines in a way that followed the braid of the vine. You will want to use plants that do not grow big, and have shallow root systems like sedom and baby tears. I added a Buddha statue at the base for a nice reflective touch. I love nature and bringing the natural elements in, to and around my home. Happy Earth Day! Every Day (: