Instead of buying expensive gizmos that won’t stand up the weather conditions outside for long, experiment with old tools and household items to create amazing homemade garden decorations. However, there is one thing: to protect the tools from further corrosion, they need to be varnished to be resistant to unfavorable weather conditions.
The cap at the end of the spout breaks up the stream of water into droplets creating even better fountain effects. In winter, it is necessary to remove the pump from the water, rinse it thoroughly and store it in a dry place. You can break them apart and use the pieces to embellish round concrete stepping stones. Add color by planting decorative ground covers between the pavers or stepping stones.
Roman chamomile or creeping thyme are often used because they are a low, spreading plants that hold up well to food traffic. Most often the logs took a large area of garden property and can spoil the tidy appearance of the yard.
A good idea would be to build a wood shed that functions as a seating area shelter.
Sempervivum – a low maintenance plant that grows even on a vertical surface without any problems.
Attach the mesh onto the back opening of the wooden frame using a staple gun. Use a chopstick to create a small hole for the succulents in the soil and gently press the plant in place.
If the hole is too small, you can use tin snips to cut a bigger opening in the wire mesh. Hang the masterpiece in a sunny place and water the plants using a spray bottle. An unusual border edging for a flower garden can be made from bottoms of glass bottles and concrete.
Take a thick yarn or a cotton string and soak it in a flammable liquid (eg alcohol or acetone). Make a drainage layer at the bottom using pebbles, gravels, shards of broken pots etc. From the ceramic door knobs you can easily make a decorative plant stakes to add a pop of color to grassy perennials.
Glass knobs are great idea because they will break the sunlight creating lovely effects. For example, you can hang a basket filled with plants from a hook on a tree branch. Another unusual solution is to hang the plastic containers between the tree trunks stuck in a row (always dig deep for better support).
If you do not have a place where you could hide your trash cans, just make them more presentable with floral stickers. The old kind wooden assistant will serve as an excellent support for climbing plants.