how to mount flower baskets onto wooden posts, curb appeal, diy, flowers, gardening, how to, repurposing upcycling, woodworking projects, We used U shaped staples to secure the wire baskets onto the posts
THAT IS AWESOME!~Futon Frame turned into Garden Gate … Nifty reuse of a structural bed frame, salvaged by a clever DIYer from a neighbour who was throwing it out. The sturdy hinge between the two pieces made it a perfect candidate for a gate. Opens up c
Potato Tower ~ It is best to make the back to it's full height before you start then add enough slats on the other three sides to contain your current new layer as you go upwards. All slats can be nailed to the posts EXCEPT the front ones - use screws here, then when the bottom layer is ready you can unscrew the front slat to reach in and remove the mature potatoes while the others above continue to grow.
Cedar Planter Box with Hidden Hose Storage: An easy inexpensive DIY project using fence boards. Store your hose out of sight with a hidden compartment below a flowerpot with a false bottom. Such a smart way to hide your garden hose!
Artificial rocks can be created by making bowl shaped depressions in a pile of fat sand. Pour concrete into the depression, lay chicken wire over the concrete to reinforce it and pour more concrete to cover the chicken wire. Leave to dry and allow the concrete to set. When set, turn your mould over and render the surface with portions of sand and pigment to create a naturalistic look. To create a mossy appearance, pour old milk, rice or potato liquid over the mould.