If you love gardening as much as we do (of course you do, that’s why you’re here!), you’re going to love these 10 DIY garden ideas! Your garden is your sanctuary and therefore it’s important to make that space as inviting as possible (especially if you tend to spend a lot of time in your garden or patio).These garden ideas will not only spruce up your space, but will also save you money. Store bought garden decorations and pots can run for quick a bit of money, so these DIY garden ideas are simply amazing!
10 DIY Garden Ideas
#1. Boxed Herbs and Veggies
Re-purpose old boxes by planting small veggies and herbs in them. They look super cool, plus if you have a stenciling kit, you can make them look very expensive!
#2. Pallet Garden
Pick up a pallet and lay it against a wall. This backdrop will look stunning in any area of your yard, and save you a ton of space too!
#3. Mason Jar Herbs
We’re absolutely in love with this DIY idea because it looks beautiful and fresh, but also saves a ton of space! Put up in your kitchen wall so you have fresh herbs at your fingertips at all times!
#4. Organizer Planter
This is such a neat idea, we just had to share it! These organizers are SO cheap and most of us probably already have a couple just sitting in storage!
#5. Wooden Garden
These pieces of wood look stunning in any yard! You just need to perforate some holes and plant some small flowers or herbs.
#6. Space Saving Garden
Place these thin, long planters on the side of your house which will save you a ton of space and look great too!
#7. Tin Pots
If you have some tin pots laying around, there’s no better use for them! Plant your favorite flowers or your favorite herbs and place them in your yard.
#8. Plastic Containers
These plastic containers may not look the best, but they’re great for big, climbing plants!
#9. Tire Garden
Upcycle old tires by painting them (or not!) and planting your favorite herbs or flowers. They look great in any yard and they’re easy to get your hands on!
#10. Half Barrel
If you’re lucky enough to stumble upon an old barrel, cut it lengthwise and half and plant a beautiful garden. The rustic look is absolutely stunning!
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