The winning photo from our contest, sent by Rodger D. Bagby of Dallas, TX: “I saw this reading rabbit at a local gardening store and had to have it for my new garden space. I was wanting to create a whimsical garden in a new area of my property that was recently made available due to a storm.”
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Last week, I found myself looking out the window and watching it snow in mid-April. I began to think about these bumper stickers we have that say “Practice Random Acts of Gardening.” I was trying to think, what would be a random act of gardening — even if I could not be in the garden yet?
The perfect solution came to me. Recently [...]
The entrance to the children’s garden at Shangri La Botanical Garden in Orange TX, is…well, entrancing.
Need a little help with your first bottle tree? Gardener’s Supply offers bottle trees, bottles and a complete bottle tree kit.
Unlike my Pink Flamingo friends, many of whom feel like members of an informal clan of nonconformists [...]
What happens when a skilled decorator turns to gardening? Blogger/decorator Kelly Elko of EclecticallyVintage.com took a $7 thrift shop dresser and turned it into a striking centerpiece for her patio.
The project was simple. She gave the dresser a fresh coat of paint, lined the drawers with plastic, drilled some drainage holes and filled the [...]
For more ideas, see our new slideshow on winter garden decor. Just because the garden is dormant in winter doesn’t mean it can’t be a lively place.
With a few well-placed ornaments and some nature-themed ideas, you can enliven a winter landscape. Here are some ideas:
Add lights whenever you can. Take advantage of shorter days an [...]