It takes only a few minutes to build, but this DIY planter shelf is useful and attractive. Use it to grow herbs, veggies and flowers.
These efforts will ultimately help our suburbs become spaces that nourish people, plants and wildlife as well as clean the air and water.
Liven up your next barbecue with this adorable succulent planter. All you need is a repurposed Bundt pan, a few plants and your imagination.
A milk crate garden is a great way to grow a lot of produce in a small space. Plantable, stackable and cute, repurposed milk crates grow great gardens.
Want a petite watermelon plant for a container garden? Sugar pot watermelon produces 8-pound fruits on compact vines that grow beautifully in patio pots.
Tired of building mounds of soil to grow squash? Planting in squash rings is a great alternative that also cuts down on weeding and watering, too.