Posts Tagged "garden art"

New uses for old garden tools

When the gardens are dying down and winter is approaching for many of us we find ourselves doing those odd garden chores like sorting through garden tools. I tend to collect old garden tools. You never know when you might need a new handle for you favorite tool or a tool might break. But, many of us have too many tools. If you find yourself in this position you may get inspiration from these useful purposes for old tools: Garden Art! A...

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Gardening and Garden Art

Most people consider gardening to be the traditional vegetable garden but there are all forms of gardens and gardening. And as you garden more you begin to enjoy a wider variety of gardens and often move into different garden styles and incorporate more garden art into the yard, gardens, patio and home and garden areas. This you tube uses garden art made of found pieces. Garden art can be found or created. It adds personality and interest to...

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Create your own Moss Garden Art

When the gardens are planted and crops are starting to be harvested it time to turn your attention to the “fun” aspects of gardening. Garden art falls readily into this category. How about creating a moss landscape rock or garden statue? Moss will make certain garden elements look and feel aged and as if they have been part of the landscape for years. Moss also adds tranquility to any shade garden. The trouble with garden moss though, is...

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Fun with Terra cotta planters.

With the gardening season just starting it’s the perfect time to create garden pots with flair. This you tube has ideas for decorating terra cotta pots. Decorating garden pots can change the look of your garden, patio or backyard instantly. You can color coordinate the home to the garden, match your colors in a flower garden or create a gift for a friend. It’s also a perfect way to keep children busy on a rainy day or a day where they need...

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Fall Decorating for your home and garden areas

There is still time to add a little color to your backyard for fall. And many of these decorations will last into the winter months with a little care and planning. Now in my zone 5 growing zone I have to bring plants into the entry and just leave dried arranged arrangements outdoors. With Thanksgiving approaching the addition of dried corn stalks, Indian corn, and pumpkins with give your yard, patio or porch area a festive look. The corn stalks...

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