If youve ever wanted to grow your own herb garden, nows your chance. Just dust off some old teacups, drill a small hole in the bottom of each one and voila! Your herbs in a cup will be looking—and smelling—pretty in no time.
This little greenhouse is made from 40 upcycled CD cases that are hinged together. In addition to being quite the conversation piece, its a great spot for getting an early start on planting seedlings.
No matter the season, greenhouses are a gorgeous backyard addition. Plus, you can grow your own produce.
Forget the bug zapper—you can keep mosquitos away with garden plants like lavender and basil. No more pesky bugs!
Drought wont bother Boxwoods. Theyre classic ornamental greens, whether grown large as hedges or sculpted into a potted topiary.
These hot pink Bougainvillea vines are the definition of swoon-worthy, but the delicate blooms can really take the heat of a drought.
Take your crafting outdoors by transforming a potting bench, into a DIY oasis. Just trade your watering cans and pots for buckets to hold craft supplies.
The lush garden of this Napa Valley country cottage features lavender, rosemary, irises, and fruit trees.
Your front yard is the first thing your guests see when they arrive, so make it count! Here are 7 front yard decorating mistakes you didnt know you were making.
This DIY planter actually lets you start seeds in the winter! The plastic will act as a greenhouse, keeping the soil warm, even if its snowing.