If you want to add live plants, be sure that you site your water feature in sunlight. These water features do not need to be elaborate or expensive. This is especially true in the fall when garden centers are clearing their seasonal stock of fountains and pumps. In my opinion, it makes economic sense to plan for next spring by taking advantage of the savings now. They’re all darling and pretty inexpensive. Hopefully I’ll be able to tackle a couple this weekend. Good luck with your own projects!
To begin with, you ought to think about the kind of plant you are going to be growing and how much space it will require once it’s fully grown. If you’re needing a cheap way to plant above ground, then look no further than the normal pallet. Below are some low-cost DIY projects to help you reach your perfect patio and backyard kitchen.
Want to make some DIY Mossy Pots with us? It’s a pretty easy project, but very rewarding in a lush, green kind of way. We’re going to show you how to make living moss paint, and how to apply this living paint to terra cotta pots or garden ornaments, that will grow over time to become lush, verdant little ecosystems – like a living piece of art! This is a brief tutorial on how you can also earn a garden sculpture with concrete.