Gardens can be small to large piece of land just outside your home or as part of a park or vast landscape and it’s a wonderful place to take a break from the daily grind. Gardens, great and small, are abound around the world: The Garden of the Taj Mahal, a Kaiyu-Shiki Garden of Japan or even your own personal botanical garden filled with gorgeous wonders. There are plenty of types and purposes of gardens. Some are large plots of land that have many trees, flowers, various plants, bridges and other decorations for displaying beauty and a tranquil place to walk and relax. Our favorite kind of garden is the one you can grow your own crops and decorate with accessories.
A home is well complemented by installing a garden in the yard nearby the home. The garden adds ambiance and strong presence to the yard of a household. A person can find some peaceful time, calmly tillingthe crops, planting colorful flowers and even produce some healthful foods for yourself, family and friends. Check out these ten great DIY ideas that can help you make and place accessories that will improve the décor and handiness of your garden anyone can make.
Useful DIY Accessories for a Garden
1. Bird Cage with Flowers Inside
Let’s begin this DIY garden setup with a rodent-proof project to pot and grow flowers. Can you guess where and how it will be done? You’re right, off of the ground and inside a pet’s cage. Get a bird cage or other pretty pet cage, hang it from post or ceiling, and put some potted flowers inside.
2. Stepping Stones Made From Molded Mortar or Clay
If there are muddy patches and paths in, through and around the garden, why not tryout this great idea to make your own beautiful array of many mini stepping stones. All you need is a stepping-stone mold, mortar cement and black dye.
3. Potting Box
We all want to have great soil already in the ground for our crops and flowers, but sometimes mother-nature can be tough. So get the gardening job done more quickly with this sturdy rectangular potting box that sets above ground anywhere you would like.
4. Stack of Layering Pots on a Rebar/Post
If some of your plants pots are all on the ground, setting next to each other and taking up too much space, then we got the solution for you. Just put a rebar or post into the ground and place the pots on top of each other over the post.
5. Green leafy ‘spider’ legs Gazebo/Pavilion
This one will turn heads, get compliments, and maybe even make people do double-takes. An upright standing pavilion that vines and crabgrass will love to grow on all over. You can even hang other accessories and decorations from within this pavilion.
6. Wood Palettes witha Colorful Palette
Wood palettes are mainstays of markets and shops. We thought of a great way to give them a new life full of purpose and color. Not only are they palettes but hey they have a display a color palette too!
7. Escalating Stack of Five Flower pots on a post
There’s nothing like a stack of good things such as a stack of pancakes or even a fresh stack of firewood. Here’s a good way to make the best stack of flower pots of increasing size anywhere.
8. Wood-posts and Cinder-blocks Bench
This bench is one of the most creative pieces of garden furniture to sit and take a rest on. And better yet, it’s easy to assemble, disassemble, move and reassemble anywhere you would like to
9. Flower Pots on Tree Stumps
Don’t get stumped about what to do with parts of tree trunks around your yard. Beautify those thick branches and tree stumps with flower pots and flowers. Maybe even add some artificial tree stumps to the lot. Either way, the neighbors will love how you transformed your garden.
10. Outdoor washbasin and counter-tops
For an improved and more convenient picnic or barbecue experience, here’s a useful layout of washbasins, countertops a table and chair set to get the grubbing and scrubbing done better.