For as long as we can remember, container gardens made from watering troughs have stolen our heart. It doesn’t matter how many newfangled self-watering products hit the market, there’s just something about their industrial look when combined with beautiful plants that gets us every time.These tubs can be found at your local farm and feed store. We found these for $75 at Do It Best, though we’re sure there’s a store near you that you might find a better price break on.
A Country Garden Like No Other! | Whats Ur Home Story
Today I’d planned on showing you a project in the making for the guest bedroom but then I came across these beautiful pictures of Dandi’s country garden. How could I not share this gem with y’all? What I love the most about her outdoor space is her very clever use of containers and how she has...Read More »
Here is a great plant I wanted this plant for a while and finally found some and brought it home. We have hard rocky clay which is hard for anything to grow in but this took off We are in Zone 6 and the winter does not hurt it. It is easy to grow. It will tolerate everything from near drought to being under water. And grow as tall as 5 1/2 feet. It works well when mixed in with other plants along a pond edge. Full sun or part sun is fine. Loose at the size conpaired to the smaller ones we…
A fixture on American farms, galvanized metal has earned our affection for its simple style. Its ability to stand up to moisture makes it ideal for use as a planter fitted with container plants, any-weather outdoor storage or an ice-filled cooler …
Whether you call it a stock tank, a galvanized metal container, or a cattle trough (being from Texas, I prefer the latter), one thing’s for sure: these metal bins make for perfect and visually interesting raised garden beds. They’re cheap and come in a variety of sizes, so surely you’ll find one for your space. Then, follow these steps to create your own raised bed.
These planters are made of 100% HT pallet wood.They are safe for all your gardening needs. They come any size you would like them.They are listed as 16, 20 and 24 all around.This means a 20 planter is 20 wide on approximately.Same rule applies to all sizes. In other words, it will fit in a 16