Scrolling through Pinterest, I happened to see a pin featuring a topiary – it was a super cute Succulent Turtle! It was a dead-end pin, but I found who did this cute Succulent Turtle and now I share with you. What you need to use to make a Succulent Turtle: Wire hanging basket with Coir […]
It's no secret we love adding plants to our indoor spaces. Every room in our apartment is full of everything from small cactus and succulents to hanging plants and indoor trees. They add character, purify the air, and bring so much positivity. Show your plants some love with this modern, vintage-inspired Handmade Macra
You can stylishly make the use of the wood pallet in the ideal creation of the planters. Bringing such style of the planter artwork in your garden areas will eventually add up the artistic sort of appearance. It has been all put together with the finishing of the pyramid effect right into it.
27 of the Best Hosta Varieties for Your Shade Garden
When you need a beautiful perennial that's also durable, easy-care, and shade-tolerant, you can't go wrong with a hosta. Here is a selection of varieties that offer different colors, sizes, leaf shapes and textures, and flowers so you can choose the perfect one to fit into your garden's design.
Origami Gone Biodegradable – How to make a newspaper pot for starting seeds
For the last several years I've said that THIS will be the year I have pots and pots of sweet, little flowers on my porch. Then I stopped by my local nursery and reality hit.. the cost for my fantasy is no less than outrageous! It's okay, because this year I've devised a plan so…
Three varieties of delightful felt succulents in deep smokey gray blues and sherbet tones with mossy green accents. They are planted in a wooden planter box with an accompanying felted wool stone. No watering, sunlight or care whatsoever and these plants will thrive! Succulents are made of a merino
Coco-Dama Soil has increased moisture retention properties, and has a larger percent of coconut coir. We recommend this product if you are a bit forgetful of watering or are using plants that do not tolerate drought. Have confidence that your moss and plants will get what they need! Our Kokedama Soils are a rich blend