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dripping faucet I'm so doing this in my yard. it won't be a working faucet so no need to have it tapped into the water line. just a pipe and faucet from the hardware store and a crystal from the craft store, and an old bucket from the thrift shop.

DIY Rain Boots Garden On A Fence...I did this with old gardening gloves and it was interesting and it worked for growing plants.

DIY Rain Boots Garden On A Fence - I have my kids boots from the past few years just sitting around. what a great idea!

Growing herbs in mason jars, love this for the kitchen window! by lottie

Windowsill herbs Vintage mason jars make great containers for a kitchen herbarium. Almost any herb can be started from seed in a mason jar. Chive, thyme and rosemary are excellent choices.

On the side of my house!

THINK OUTSIDE THE GARDEN.Plant a Container Butterfly Garden~ Lure butterflies right to your door with a collection of containers filled with nectar-rich flowers

African Violet Plants - but I think the idea of any growing plants in teacups, placed on a tiered tidbit tray, is an excellent display/centerpiece: Midwest Living

Konservburk som kruka | Keep it Smpl™

Konservburk som kruka | Keep it Smpl™

Succulents in a teapot!  How often do you see old teapots at yard sales and resale shops!!  Love it

We can plant a succulent in the mini antique cream teapot I purchased for you.

Neat Idea

Flower Carpet Red roses in vintage metal container I would love a watering can like this- old and beat up


15 Fabulous Ways To Add a Bit of Whimsy To Your Garden

Wooden Garden Planters can be found in various sizes to suit individual preferences. A decorative garden planter composed of wood is perfect for smaller plants or trees.