INSIDE : Learn everything you need to know to create a beautiful backyard in the summer time! From giving your patio a quick refresh, how to grow a simple raised vegetable garden to quick rockwall repairs. You’ll find a bit of everything here in the Ultimate Backyard, Patio and Garden Resource!
After winter comes to a close, my mind goes to spending all my time outside. There is something about being outdoors in the sunshine that just makes life better. It could be because I am a huge plant lover (I was a practicing Landscape Architect for eight years) or it could be because it feels calming to hear the gentle wind blowing and birds chirping.
Either way, today I am rounding up all types of outdoor, backyard, garden resources for you. I plan to come back and continually update this post, as well. So be sure to pin this resouse guide and check back often.
Looking for best practices when Freezing Basil in Ice Cube Trays for the winter? Well, I have you covered! I go over the best time to harvest, how small to chop your basil, which ice cube trays are the best to use and more.
Learn tips for moving indoor plants outside for the summer months and which plants do best making the transition to living outdoors. And even what methods are best for transitioning indoor plants to the outside.
Learn how to create a simple Raised Vegetable Garden to grow delicious veggies, greens and herbs in your own backyard this summer season. No need for extra frills, this simple method will provide big healthy produce to enjoy for months!
Learn tips and techniques for growing new baby plants from existing plants using simple Water Propagation for plants! I love multiplying plants in this way. Plus it’s so fun to see those plant roots growing each day.
Find the Best Indoor Plant Pots and other plant related questions like ‘Do Indoor Plant Pots need a hole at the bottom?’ ‘Are self watering pots good for indoors?’ and ‘What do you put under pots?’ Let’s get into some plant talk!
See who has the Best Online Plant Shops for Indoor Houseplants. It’s always fun to browse through a plant nursery, but if you don’t have the time or chance, buying house plants on the internet can be just as fun!