Marie Šenková

Marie Šenková

Marie Šenková
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Nice planter using broken pieces of stone or slate. We have a variety of slate, fieldstone, and PA blue stone that could be beautifully repurposed into this planter! Fun project for dad and the kids :)

Seznam – Najdu tam, co neznám

Seznam – Najdu tam, co neznám

Grape Hyacinth Muscari Delft Blue Mixture from Netherland Bulb - Photo © Netherland Bulb Company

Blauwe Druifjes - Spring flower - Grape Hyacinth Muscari Delft Blue Mixture from Netherland Bulb - Photo © Netherland Bulb Company

My little girls would have loved this.

Plant a fairy garden in an old washtub, birdbath or wagon. On my to-do list- I've seen somewhere where they use recycled bottles to make fairy houses this could be cute too and maybe stimulate some imaginative play/ thinking Ker Daddy daughter craft

Lovely shade garden

Seriously doesn't get much better than this! From the brick patio, rock garden ferns, hostas, garden path complete with trellis arch.I sooo want to do this in my yard! THE PERFECT PLACE TO SIT & 'DREAM!

Shade Container Garden

Heavenly Scent Herb Farm: Shade Container by jrcraft, There are begonias, double impatiens, ivy, maidenhair fern and one other type of fern in this container.

Bright Gold Fall Container Gardens | Pansies and violas are the easiest way to add long-lasting color to a fall container garden. This container creates a sunny color scheme with ‘Ogon’ golden sweet flag, ‘Matrix Yellow Blotch’ pansy, and ‘Penny Clear Yellow’ viola. | SouthernLiving.com

Go For Gold - Spectacular Container Gardening Ideas - Southern Living - These bright blooms of 'Ogon' golden sweet flag, 'Matrix Yellow Blotch' pansies, and 'Penny Clear Yellow' violas will make your pots and flowerbeds glow.

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Easy Container Gardening: 7 Containers You Never Thought Of I like the old tool box idea.maybe I should use some of the old ones I have stored in the garage!