The Cheapest DIY Garden Projects That Anyone Can Make

When the space available inside your home is dwindling and you’re looking for something interesting and fun to do, well we suggest that you take some of the surplus or infrequently used stuff from the home and help yourself to some easy to do DIY projects outdoors. Small garden tasks are the best way to spend your time in the backyard to beautify, augment and overall revitalize your garden and landscape areas outdoors of the home. Every area of the estate sometimes needs some change and pizzazz.  With just a few touchups here and there around either the whole backyard or just the garden section, you’ll certainly see an improvement about the overall look of your outdoor living space. So we have a super stupendous little group of DIY ideas and colorful photos just right for the garden designer that’s in everyone. So get your green thumb, tools and some nick-nacks and put together a few or all of these concepts into action.


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Flower Barrel Lamp: Light your path and make it more beautiful too with this rustic barrel and lamp-box full of flowers.

Fancy Floral Fence: Add volume, vivacity and fullness to the usually plain fence walls.

Cupcake Planters: Repurpose and reuse some cupcake cooking trays as mini pot planters.

Stone Plant Bowls: Several of these arbitrarily shaped bowls filled with flora around the garden, even next to each other, look great.

Wheelbarrow Flower Bed: Some antique metal wheelbarrows make great flat-beds for soil and any kind of small plants.

Organic Wreath: Try an oh-naturál boho-style wreath hanging on a window, or really anywhere to welcome guests.

Wine Bottle Flower Boat: Cut discarded wine bottles long-wise to make extraordinary plant potters.

Pouring Nature: A giant hanging translucent coffee cup filled with various stones, shells and seeds keeps you closer to the ocean and nature.

Fairy’s Little World: Decorate any stair steps or walkway with iron pots filled with a fairy and her imagined fantastic little world.

Hanging Garden Cans: Some old ground coffee cans and string make great hanging min planters.

Drain Duct Planters: Let the falling rain and rain drains help you water your plants anytime and all the time.

Staggered Stack o’ Pots: This unusual yet interesting hanging pile-on stack of pots is a great conversational piece for gardeners alike.

Vertical Flower Mini-Lattice: Repurpose a stretch of picket fence as an upright lattice filled with floral fun.

“Made in the Shade”: Not sure where to post your jumbo umbrella? Save your lawn from damage and put the umbrella in a plater-barrel.

Organically Green Tipi: Create this wonderful gathering place for family fun with long bamboo sticks and vines.

 



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