More ideas from Milka
Vertical gardening. Good for vegetables. Vertical gardening is popular for lots of reasons — because it maximizes your harvest, makes the most of limited space, doesn't require lots of bending, and keeps your veggies away from pests and rot. This easy-to-assemble kit lets you grow vertically vining plants either against a wall, or as a free-standing unit using your own posts.

wallacegardens:: It’s called the Skyscraper Vertical Garden, and it is perfect for growing cucumbers, tomatoes, pole beans, and other climbing vegetables where space is limited. Made from Western red cedar….this is so cool with the squash hanging about

65  Simply Magical DIY Pinecones Crafts That Will Beautify Your Christmas Decor

Pine cone babies, faces by the bag at Michaels, cut the hands felt ,make cone hats glue together . Add glitter to hats or cones ! Mobile or ornament with fishing wire . Also going to try pinecone snowmen for Snowman Week!

Desert, Xeriscape and Rock Gardens: Consider using gravel and timbers rather than grass, and then add plants that thrive in arid conditions. From DIYnetwork.com

Use decorative gravel, pebbles or slate chips to disguise a weed-preventing membrane covering the soil in a courtyard space. Use decorative gravel, pebbles or slate chips to disguise a weed-preventing…

Japanese garden Nice small tsubo-niwa.  Also, VERY intersting arrangement of the 3 rocks in the center.  More equivalently spaced than normal, and unless you're supposed to look at it from the bottom L, also an unusual structure - 3 rocks with 1 tall & narrow, 1 low, long and large, and one low, round and small is standard, but having the round small one furthest back, and the tall one so far to the right instead of sort-of-but-not-actually centered between others are both unusual choices.

Also, VERY intersting arrangement of the 3 rocks in the center. More equivalently spaced than normal, and unless youre supposed to look at it from the bottom L, also an unusual structure - 3 rocks with 1 tall narrow