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Thursday, December 26, 2013

Small Space Gardening Ideas

Hi everyone!

We hope your Christmas was wonderful!

Here it is, just barely past Christmas and all I can think about is gardening! LOL I look out at all the snow and my brain is thinking about Spring and planting!

So, I thought I would share a few fun ideas I saw from Mother Earth Living.

We can start daydreaming together!

hanging-gutter-garden

A Hanging Gutter Garden. This not only takes up little space, it could be used as a privacy screen type thing.

indoor-fairy-garden

How about planting an Indoor Fairy Garden. You could have a lot of fun with this idea and add all your own personal touches.

pallet-planter

Go vertical and recycle an old pallet. This would really work wonderful for herbs and on a small porch or patio!

terrarium

Don’t forget a simple indoor terrarium. This was my first gardening project that I did all by myself around the age 5. I would take an old canning jar and go into the swamp by our cabin and gather live moss and small ferns. I would create a new terrarium every summer to bring home with me.

wine-barrel-planter

I love this cut out oak barrel idea. It creates a pretty step down garden.

Are you starting to think about gardening yet?

5 comments:

  1. I was semi happily accepting snow and cold, but now you have me daydreaming in green! I love fairy gardens but the project that caught my eye is the gutter sections. I can see planting herbs in there, close and convenient to the kitchen while adding a little privacy too. And some color!

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  2. What wonderful ideas. Love them. Belated Christmas wishes.

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  4. Loved this! I am an avid veggie gardener. I started following you via The Thrifty Grove Social Network Party.

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  5. For the herb pallet garden, be very sure to get only untreated pallets - the treated ones are loaded with harmful chemicals.

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