These hanging potted shelves from the book, Big Ideas for Small Spaces, offer a creative way to add vertical, green space to your little garden. Grow a mini herb garden or add trailing, flowering annuals for a burst of colour.
The Outdoor Planter Let’s take a walk outside for our last shining example. Options abound here , but we’re particularly fond of this one. This isn’t just a way to hide your garbage can, it’s also an adorable little garden! And really, not much can beat that. With this option available, you might have a hard time settling for just hiding your trash can when you know it could be an awesome decorative planter, too.
Terracotta pots are popular for patio plantings due to their durability and old fashioned nostalgia. But they can be repurposed in so many ways, as seen by this miniature waterfall you can place in any garden or patio location. What’s even more convenient: you can simply pick it up or take it apart to winterize with very little hassle involved!
A sunken design and rustic flagstone walls ensure that gravel doesn't spill into the adjoining gardens and lawn. The smallish gravel mimics the various colors seen in the stacked stones and the fireplace to generate a pleasingly cohesive composition.
Some plants to buy for fairy gardens! What is a fairy garden you may ask? It is a miniature little garden that you can put in a single pot. It is full of moss, flowers, herbs, or whatever small plants you prefer. What makes a fairy garden really special though, are all the little items that you can use to decorate! There are lawn chairs, rakes, pots, bird baths, bridges, and more!