Put your greenery in galvanized trash cans and mark with wooden spoons.
Compress and organize your garden with a four square system.
Plant specific flowers that attract bees and install a bird bath for them to rest.
Take Sculpey clay and sculpt into an oval and cut out the insides.
Place a glass jar onto dowels and glue with E6000.
Cut pallet wood to desired size and drill together.
Place brightly colored gnomes or fairies, and include plaques of flowers.
Take a copper teacup from Goodwill, rough up with sandpaper, and fill with flowers.
Tie at the end of the rims with twine and weave in between the bars.
Opt for a succulent only garden and paint containers with stone spray paint.
Cut 1 x 4’s into measured shelves for the herbs and add vinyl letters.
Position hay bales in a pattern you wish to start planting your garden in.
Attach the corner posts for a base for the bridge and put on the slats.
Put large eye crystals on fishing wire and place in a dowel.
Take a trellis, decorate with lace, and add a plaque.
Whether in a pyramid style or regular vertical, place plants in cut plastic.
Cut down to four planks, distress the paint, and coat each pallet with potting soil.
Using 19 gauge wire string on crystals and make the body out of acrylic beads.
Take a lightning globe and use Loctite to adhere flat marbles.
Use large and medium sized plastic cups and fill with Mortar Mix.
Install sections of lattice fence and add old doors.
Drill through the center of the glass bowl and stick it to another bowl with hot glue.
Adhere pennies with hot glue onto a bowling ball.
Stack 2 recycled garden beds and add cardboard before spreading soil.
Remove any stains, coat the tail and maine in Plaster of Paris, then spray paint.
Join pallets together, paint, and place the polystyrene beads into wire.
Dig down half way into soil and layer rocks up as high as desired.
Embed bricks edgewise and insert Michelobe bottles against the cement.