No matter your personal tastes and lifestyle, there is usually a way to enjoy gardening at home. Whether you and your family have a house in the suburbs or you're living alone in an apartment, everyone can make it work.

So to give you some inspiration, we at Bored Panda put together a list of creative gardening ideas for Spring. We included building a pallet planter box for cascading flowers. Setting up a bucket for growing tomatoes indoors. You name it! Just continue scrolling and check them out.

#1

Our Local Farmers Have Established So-Called "Flora Belts" For The Bees In Their Fields (Funen, Denmark)

Our Local Farmers Have Established So-Called "Flora Belts" For The Bees In Their Fields (Funen, Denmark)

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Brigs
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1 month ago

This should be right at the top

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We contacted a few avid gardeners to learn more about how to help your plants blossom. "Some consider autumn to be the start of the gardening year but for most people, it's spring," Dan Cooper aka The Frustrated Gardener told Bored Panda. "The soil is warmer, the sun is brighter and plants naturally want to grow. We all feel a sense of renewal and optimism in spring, this year especially. It feels natural to get outside and help nature along. Right now, garden centers and nurseries will be brimming with healthy plants. Spring is when you'll have the most varieties to choose from."

Catherine Hughes, the creator of home & garden blog Growing Family, said that spring is also an ideal time to tackle any garden projects you have planned, so that you're ready to sit back and enjoy your outdoor space once summer arrives. "Once the chance of frost has disappeared, you can sow seeds outdoors and plant tender plants in the garden. It's a good idea to try and stay on top of weeds too, because they can quickly take over at this time of year. You should mow your lawn regularly once it starts to grow again, and if the weather starts to get really warm, you might also need to water your plants regularly."

#2

My Dad's Japanese Garden On The First Sunny Day Of 2019

My Dad's Japanese Garden On The First Sunny Day Of 2019

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Susan Green
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1 month ago

Wow! This is so gorgeous. I love the koi pond too.

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#3

My Dad’s Creation To Support The Single Orange I Managed To Grow

My Dad’s Creation To Support The Single Orange I Managed To Grow

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Raine Soo
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1 month ago

The precious!

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The Frustrated Gardener agreed that the main tasks for the season are seed sowing and planting the bulbs and tubers of plants such as gladioli, begonias, and dahlias. "If you are planting new beds and borders, or even creating an entirely new garden, now is a good time to plant pot-grown perennials and shrubs," he said. "Planted into warm ground, they'll be growing away in no time. If you're planting half-hardy annuals, exotic plants or vegetables such as tomatoes and cucumbers, these should be kept indoors or in a greenhouse until any chance of frost has passed. In the UK, for example, that's normally late May."

Acknowledging the importance of planning ahead, The Frustrated Gardener added that it's also critical to watch the weather closely. "This spring has been unusually cold, so wise gardeners have adjusted their plans to avoid tender plants being damaged by frost and snow," he pointed out.

#4

After Clearing Out A Wheelchair, Three Mismatched Shoes, A Deflated Ball And A Buried Chunk Of Brick Wall, I Finally Have My Very First Garden

After Clearing Out A Wheelchair, Three Mismatched Shoes, A Deflated Ball And A Buried Chunk Of Brick Wall, I Finally Have My Very First Garden

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Antz Online
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1 month ago

Beautiful

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#5

My Melons Needed Some Support

My Melons Needed Some Support

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Nadine Debard
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1 month ago

OMG this is so funny!!

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Michael Perry, the man behind the gardening blog Mr. Plant Geek, said if you wait until the summer planting, it would be much more difficult to establish the plants, and you'd need to give them a whole lot more care. "During the spring, you can plant bulbs, you can plant out perennial and shrub plants, and prepare some patio containers. Make sure you wait until all risk of frost has gone for tender plants though."

Interestingly, more and more Americans have started gardening during the pandemic. According to Home Food Gardening: U.S. Market Trends & Opportunities by the market research firm Packaged Facts, 26% of surveyed American consumers noted that they are planting a food garden because of the pandemic. The Washington Post reported that seed companies were "shell shocked" by the huge volume of orders they experienced this year. For example, Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds received 4,500 orders daily, twice the usual peak demand of spring, and was forced to close down its website and turn down new orders. Renee’s Garden usually receives a peak of 350 daily orders in the spring, but that number skyrocketed to 2,000 in 2021.

#6

This Was Just A Pile Of Dirt When We Moved Here 2 Years Ago

This Was Just A Pile Of Dirt When We Moved Here 2 Years Ago

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Antz Online
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1 month ago

Beautiful, I love small space gardens

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#7

Hubs Deployed And Said I Could Build A Garden To Keep Me Busy. Never Built Anything Before, Did My Best And Can't Wait To Show Him

Hubs Deployed And Said I Could Build A Garden To Keep Me Busy. Never Built Anything Before, Did My Best And Can't Wait To Show Him

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Eva the Egg
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1 month ago

HOLY S**T THATS GOOD

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Alison Levey of Blackberry Garden told us that spring is also a good time to divide perennials as they are stirring and ready to grow. But if you're just starting out and all of this sounds like a lot of work, don't worry. Remember what Bob Ross said—we don't make mistakes. Just happy accidents.

"A good mindset for a newbie or any gardener is 'let's try this and see what happens,'" Levey said. "Gardening teaches us something new every day: some things work, some don't. You just have to accept the failures and celebrate the successes as the successes are the best thing ever."

#8

Pallet Planter Box For Cascading Flowers

Pallet Planter Box For Cascading Flowers

Cut pieces of pallet slat to 40″ and attach to the legs for the front and 16″ for the sides. I originally used a brad nailer, but some of the wood started to warp when wet and I went back and used 1 1/4″ screws. Spacing the holes about every 6″ or so. Now the fun part, planting the flowers. These flowers are Wave petunias that I got at Costco, you can also rotate the flowers between regular, cascade and wave petunias. You need good potting mix and you need to add Soil Moist to help retain water. I put a layer of weed guard down on the bottom, because I had a few holes. You may have a little dirt wash out for the first little while, but once the plants start growing this will stop. Add the first row of flowers, then cover with soil. I realized that the box is kind of large and is going to use a lot of dirt (2 bags). I remember reading somewhere that you can use packing peanuts as filler, hope I remember that right. I put them in the far back where the flowers wouldn’t be planted. Then cover with more dirt. Add the third row of flowers, fill with dirt and plant flowers on top. You need to water the flowers everyday, the holes let the dirt get dry. I usually water until the water leaks from the lower holes. I also fertilize 1/week.

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Raine Soo
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1 month ago

Wow! That is just so beautiful!

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#9

Everyone Said I Was Out Of My Mind 3 Years Ago When I Started Growing A Pineapple From One I Bought At The Grocery Store. Well Who's Laughing Now

Everyone Said I Was Out Of My Mind 3 Years Ago When I Started Growing A Pineapple From One I Bought At The Grocery Store. Well Who's Laughing Now

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Antz Online
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1 month ago

3 years, omg, had no idea it took that long

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To encourage you even further, The Frustrated Gardener reminded us of a universal truth: plants inherently want to survive and flourish, not die. "Some are tricky to grow, of course, so avoid these and start with easy, inexpensive plants that will reward you quickly, such as colorful annuals," he suggested. "Once you've mastered these, start to spend a bit more and explore different plant types which suit your environment. Don't buy expensive plants unless you are confident about how to look after them. If in doubt, ask an experienced gardener for advice; they will be flattered to be asked and will give you great advice."

Failure is part of the process, so don't be too hard on yourself—you might get plenty of benefits if you stick to gardening. "As well as being fun and good exercise, it is really good for your mental health too," Hughes said. "It gives you the opportunity to engage with nature and enjoy all the mood-boosting benefits that come with this. Gardening can also provide a calm space to organize your thoughts, or just escape from the world for a while. It's a pretty powerful tool to have outside your back door, and spring is a great time to take advantage of it!"

#10

Dragon Fruits On My Rooftop Garden

Dragon Fruits On My Rooftop Garden

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Glynna Bowood
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1 month ago

Impressive! These are expensive in the U.S.

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#11

Incorporating Rain Into Your Garden

Incorporating Rain Into Your Garden

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Johanna
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1 month ago

Beautiful!

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Even though there is increasing evidence that gardening provides substantial human health benefits, not much formal statistical assessment has been conducted to really test this assertion. However, a 2017 meta-analysis by M. Soga, K. J. Gaston, and Y. Yamaura found that participating in gardening activities has a significant positive impact on us. After going through 22 case studies, the researchers concluded that "the positive association with gardening was observed for a wide range of health outcomes, such as reductions in depression and anxiety symptoms, stress, mood disturbance, and BMI, as well as increases in quality of life, sense of community, physical activity levels, and cognitive function."

"Don't be afraid of failure. Remember that plants are living things just like people and may not always behave or perform the way you expect them to!" Mr. Plant Geek said. "Feel free to break the rules too. Do what feels right for you in your own outdoor space."

#12

My Grandma Is Very Proud To Show You Her Garden

My Grandma Is Very Proud To Show You Her Garden

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pandamonium.
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1 month ago

That's so pretty! I wish I could make my garden look like that as well

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#13

The Poison Garden Established In 2005 By The Duchess Of Northumberland. The Garden Contains Over 100 Deadly And Hallucinogenic Plants

The Poison Garden Established In 2005 By The Duchess Of Northumberland. The Garden Contains Over 100 Deadly And Hallucinogenic Plants

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Jihana
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1 month ago

Ok, this is awesome!

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#14

Grow A Sunflower House For The Kids To Play In

Grow A Sunflower House For The Kids To Play In

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Foxxy (The Original)
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1 month ago

Nice little natural reading nook.

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#15

Feed Them

Feed Them

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Eva the Egg
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1 month ago

FEED THE BEEEEEEES

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#16

A Year After We Got Rid Of The Drought Tolerant Weeds And Planted Drought Tolerant Flowers, Yard Is In Full Effect

A Year After We Got Rid Of The Drought Tolerant Weeds And Planted Drought Tolerant Flowers, Yard Is In Full Effect

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Glynna Bowood
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1 month ago

Wonderful- How long did it take to get to this point in time?

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#17

Built A Planter Box Bench This Past Weekend. What Do You Think?

Built A Planter Box Bench This Past Weekend. What Do You Think?

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Eva the Egg
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1 month ago

I think its gorgeous!

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#18

A Beautifully Coloured Glass Greenhouse At The North Brooklyn Farm's Community Garden

A Beautifully Coloured Glass Greenhouse At The North Brooklyn Farm's Community Garden

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Raine Soo
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1 month ago

It's a Mondrian greenhouse! I love it.

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#19

Just Made A Garden With My Mom, She Think It Looks Terrible But I Like It

Just Made A Garden With My Mom, She Think It Looks Terrible But I Like It

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Alma Mater
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1 month ago

Terrible ?? just wait a few days. when the plants and flowers start growing it will look terribly cool and beautiful. great idea !!

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#20

I Want My Lawn To Feed Me Not Vice Versa

I Want My Lawn To Feed Me Not Vice Versa

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Ozacoter
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1 month ago

Then we need to have shorter working hours. Taking care of a vegetable garden that big requires a lot of time and it is still too small to feed a family.

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#21

The Easiest Way To Water Your Garden

The Easiest Way To Water Your Garden

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pandamonium.
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1 month ago

b i g b r a i n

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#22

A Bit Late To The Party, But Here's My Lockdown Garden Transformation

A Bit Late To The Party, But Here's My Lockdown Garden Transformation

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Antz Online
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1 month ago

Lockdown brought out a lot of creativity in people, and it’s good to see the benefits and reaping the fruit

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#23

Hello, I’m Alessandro And This Is My Urban Garden In London, UK. I’m Also Passionate About Beekeeping And I Do Everything 100% Organic

Hello, I’m Alessandro And This Is My Urban Garden In London, UK. I’m Also Passionate About Beekeeping And I Do Everything 100% Organic

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Alma Mater
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1 month ago

and you have a black cat !!! i love your lifestyle.

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#24

Last Spring I Converted Our Front Lawn To A Vegetable Garden. Today We Opened A Little Community Seed Library To Encourage Neighbors To Get Growing Too

Last Spring I Converted Our Front Lawn To A Vegetable Garden. Today We Opened A Little Community Seed Library To Encourage Neighbors To Get Growing Too

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Foxxy (The Original)
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1 month ago

This is awesome. I have seen these with books but never seeds.

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#25

My Garage Wall When I Bought My House In 2016 To Now. Still A Work In Progress, But It’s Coming Together

My Garage Wall When I Bought My House In 2016 To Now. Still A Work In Progress, But It’s Coming Together

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Birgit M
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1 month ago

Beautiful!

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#26

Tried To Organize My Patio Cactus/Succulent Garden

Tried To Organize My Patio Cactus/Succulent Garden

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Raine Soo
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1 month ago

Wow! Those cacti and succulents are gorgeous.

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#27

A Little Garden Lighting Project

A Little Garden Lighting Project

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Susan Green
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1 month ago

I love this. Very creative.

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#28

A Couple Of Years Ago I Threw A Pineapple Top In The Dirt To Compost. Today I'm Harvesting These Two Beauties

A Couple Of Years Ago I Threw A Pineapple Top In The Dirt To Compost. Today I'm Harvesting These Two Beauties

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Raine Soo
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1 month ago

Windfall!

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#29

Outdoor Table With Integrated Herb Garden

Outdoor Table With Integrated Herb Garden

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Eva the Egg
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1 month ago

Thats so pretty!!! 😳🥺

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#30

We've Converted Our Pool Into An 80,000l Underground Rainwater Tank With Raised Vegetable Garden Beds On Top

We've Converted Our Pool Into An 80,000l Underground Rainwater Tank With Raised Vegetable Garden Beds On Top

The pool was in disrepair when we bought our property. It hadn't been used for ~10 years, the fence wasn't built to current standards, the tiles needed replacing, the pumps didn't work etc etc. We don't live in a great climate for a pool either - it's too cool most of the year and the size made it impractical to heat with solar (the previous owner used solar + a gas heater). Rather than spend money repairing and maintaining a pool we'd rarely use we decided to explore other options. We'd always wanted a large veggie garden, and the pool area looked like the perfect sunny spot for one. We originally considered just filling it in, but there's no access for machinery and doing it by hand would have been impractical.

We came up with the slightly crazy idea of putting a lid on it and using the space underneath as rainwater storage. I sketched up some ideas, we approached an engineer and before long we had a workable design.

Cleaning was lot of work. There was about a foot of accumulated sludge in the bottom.

After many hours of pressure cleaning it was starting to look better. It's a huge pool, about 10m long and 2.2m at the deep end. We thought about sealing it with a paint on sealer at this point, but we can always do this later if leaks are a problem.

The solution we used for the lid is called "Speedfloor". It uses steel joists spaced ~1m apart to suspend a concrete slab. It's commonly used in multi-story carparks in Australia.

You can also see the submersible pump feeding into the pool from what was originally the overflow point. The pump provides mains pressure and is plumbed to the house (via 2 filters).

I have two of these 500L tanks catching water from both sides of the house. Both downpipes have first flush systems and the tanks act as settling tanks to improve the water quality in the main tank. They both gravity feed into the pool via underground pipes.

At this point we had 80,000L of clean water storage and were running the whole house from rainwater. It had taken ~1 year to get to this point - about 6 months of effort getting the plans approved by our local council and another 6 months of preparing the tank and organising builders for the slab (and changing builder part way through when the first went bust!). We had a slab party and a well deserved break.

Back to work assembling the raised garden beds. We fit 9 total, each about 2.2m long and 1.2m wide. They each have a liner to stop soil washing out and gravel base to aid drainage and keep water off the slab as best we can (even though it shouldn't matter with the grade of concrete used).

We tried out wicking beds made from IBCs but were concerned about the extra weight the water reservoir would add.

We've grown almost everything you can think of - permanent beds grow raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, rhubarb and asparagus. Other things we've tried include tomatoes, pumpkins, zucchini, squash, turnips, beetroot, broad beans, string beans, snow peas, various chilies, artichokes, spring onions, garlic, capsicum, kale, lettuce, spinach, loads of herbs etc etc etc!

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Antz Online
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1 month ago

Brilliant up cycling

Kristof De Smet
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1 month ago

Just WOW!

Sheila McEnany Markowitz
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1 month ago

Hats off to your brilliance.

Glynna Bowood
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1 month ago

WHOA! This should be way up in the votes! What a great idea!

Jo Johannsen
Community Member
1 month ago

This is creative and awesome. Kudos to you for thinking outside the city the box was in.

JuJu
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1 month ago

This is a dream.

Lily Mae Kitty
Community Member
1 month ago

I don't understand not wanting a pool. I waited until my 50s to get one and I am never giving it up. pretty amazing, though.

Alexandra Davis
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1 month ago

It's cool and looks amazing, but I'd prefer the pool

pat taylor
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1 month ago

Very impressive solution,and handsome too!

23AClark
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1 month ago

Extraordinary!!! 💚💚💚🥬🍅🍈🍐🫑🥒🍆

Dorothy Cloud
Community Member
1 month ago

That is positive thinking. Good for you!

Karen Webb
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1 month ago

VERY INNOVATIVE!

Julie Richards
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1 month ago

THIS is just amazing!! You are doing so very much for your little part of the world, well done!!!

Geri Taran
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1 month ago

Outstanding!

Leo Domitrix
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1 month ago

OK, wow. Just WOW.

Deborah B
Community Member
1 month ago

Lot of work and expense in this... I would just have made it into a koi pond and water garden.

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#31

I Scarred A Pumpkin

I Scarred A Pumpkin

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Natalie Kudryashova
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1 month ago

Halloween possibilities are endless

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#32

What A Difference A Few Years Can Make. Idea 2017 vs. Established Garden 2020

What A Difference A Few Years Can Make. Idea 2017 vs. Established Garden 2020

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Tamsin Far
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1 month ago

so pretty!

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#33

First Vertical Garden. What Do You Think?

First Vertical Garden. What Do You Think?

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Susan Green
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1 month ago

This is so pretty.

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#34

Planted These Tulips After A Bad Day (In The Cold) And I Told Myself As I Dug That Spring Would Come And They’d Bloom And Things Would Be Better. I Was Right! Thanks Former Self

Planted These Tulips After A Bad Day (In The Cold) And I Told Myself As I Dug That Spring Would Come And They’d Bloom And Things Would Be Better. I Was Right! Thanks Former Self

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OhBlahDi OhBlahDa
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1 month ago

Former self was a visionary :)

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#35

The Grandparents Garden Is Looking Amazing

The Grandparents Garden Is Looking Amazing

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Eva the Egg
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1 month ago

Amazing indeed

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#36

The Quarantine Garden I Built For My Wife

The Quarantine Garden I Built For My Wife

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Raine Soo
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1 month ago

You really put the fun into gardening.

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#37

My Grandpa Built A Teepee For His Bean Plant And Planted Wildflowers On The Sides

My Grandpa Built A Teepee For His Bean Plant And Planted Wildflowers On The Sides

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Glynna Bowood
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1 month ago

These are fun!

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#38

I Hired 9 Goats To Eat Our English Ivy Covered Backyard, 10 Days Later, Couldn’t Be Happier

I Hired 9 Goats To Eat Our English Ivy Covered Backyard, 10 Days Later, Couldn’t Be Happier

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notlingling
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1 month ago

"hired goats" omg

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#39

You Guys Like Driveways? This Was My DIY Covid-19 Project

You Guys Like Driveways? This Was My DIY Covid-19 Project

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Andrew Gibb
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1 month ago

wow!- loads of work went into that

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#40

I Convinced My Friend To Not Throw Away His Old Fencing And Let Me Build Him Garden Boxes

I Convinced My Friend To Not Throw Away His Old Fencing And Let Me Build Him Garden Boxes

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Glynna Bowood
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1 month ago (edited)

So long as its not treated wood - the residual chemicals would leach into the growing beds!

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#41

Gourd Tunnel Progress

Gourd Tunnel Progress

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Glynna Bowood
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1 month ago

Awesome garden!!

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#42

Re-Purposed Bird Cages To Keep The Critters Out Of My Starts. Plus, I Can Cover Them At Night If It Gets Too Chilly

Re-Purposed Bird Cages To Keep The Critters Out Of My Starts. Plus, I Can Cover Them At Night If It Gets Too Chilly

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Suzy the observer
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1 month ago

Smart.

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#43

I Had A Window Garden Starving For Sun So I Hinged It And Backed It With A Mirror. Worked Like A Champ

I Had A Window Garden Starving For Sun So I Hinged It And Backed It With A Mirror. Worked Like A Champ

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Two Silly Pups
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1 month ago

This whole idea... just WOW! 😍

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#44

I’m Growing My Cantaloupe Vertically And They Needed A Little Support So I Crocheted Some Tiny Little Hammocks

I’m Growing My Cantaloupe Vertically And They Needed A Little Support So I Crocheted Some Tiny Little Hammocks

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Susan Green
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1 month ago

This is so cute.

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#45

Vertical Strawberry Garden With Up-Cycled Milk Jugs

Vertical Strawberry Garden With Up-Cycled Milk Jugs

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JuJu
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1 month ago

Smart. This way they can't subvert your whole garden

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#46

First Major Gardening Project - Hexagonal Garden Beds

First Major Gardening Project - Hexagonal Garden Beds

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Antz Online
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1 month ago

Look amazing, and easy to go around

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#47

Watering Your Plants While On Vacation

Watering Your Plants While On Vacation

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Karl Baxter
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1 month ago

This would only work in a house with no cats 😀

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#48

Downspout With A Vertical Garden In Seattle

Downspout With A Vertical Garden In Seattle

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Troux
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1 month ago

Maybe just a little tricky to harvest though???

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#49

How To Regrow Romaine Lettuce From The Stem

How To Regrow Romaine Lettuce From The Stem

1. Eat your purchased lettuce, cutting the leaves at about 1 inch from the bottom.
2. Place remaining stem in a shallow dish of water (about 1/2 inch).
3. Place on a window sill or under grow lights.
4. Change water in bowl every 1 to 2 days.
5. Watch your lettuce grow. It is truly remarkable how quickly the new shoots start. You may also notice that roots will start to grow on the bottom.
5. After 10-12 days, your lettuce is going to be as big as it will likely ever get. It’s not going to be a full head of lettuce, it’ll just be enough to top a sandwich or make a small salad. But how cool is that!
6. If you leave your lettuce beyond this point, it will become spindly and bitter as it attempts to produce seed. It won’t be pleasant to eat at this point. You’ll know it has reached this point when the leaves start turning a blue green color and/or the main stalk shoots up and leaves become less dense. Trust me, eat it when it’s like the photo below.

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Raine Soo
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1 month ago

I didn't know that you could re-grow lettuce. This is very cool.

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#50

We Made An Herb Ladder From Scratch

We Made An Herb Ladder From Scratch

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Eva the Egg
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1 month ago

It would be cool to see the end result

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