Creating a buried pot garden is a beautiful and easy way to ecoscape. Not only will your garden be extraordinarily charming and tidy, it'll consume less water and energy. Sunken planter gardens like this one provide both form and function. The pots prevent your herbs or plants from overrunning their designated areas, and the mulch keeps unwanted weeds and pests at bay while consuming no water and energy. More
Mini DIY projects are perfect for people who aren't gung-ho DIY but still feel the itch to make a little something from time to time. Making this painted key cap or mini succulent planter is instantly gratifying. Each project takes just 10 to 15 minutes. Seriously! More
Having at one time worked for an interior plant company, I can claim guilt for installing the extremely boring typical office plants. Admittedly, they often have an air of randomness that comes from the fact that generally little design thought goes into the process. But this office garden shakes it up a bit in a way that I hope is as inspiring to you as it is to me. More
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Wouldn't it be neat if there was a magical online store where you could outfit your entire home? Well we're in luck! Wayfair is just such a store, selling everything from furniture and accessories to appliances, baby and kids' items and outdoor goods. More
I recently started a small, potted herb garden of chives and basil. So far, I'm in love! There's something incredibly satisfying about farming a few leaves with my handy kitchen shears and throwing the herbs into my latest meal. I've gotten so attached that I worry what'll happen to my little garden when I travel, so I tracked down these attractive self-watering planters. More
Born and raised in New Hampshire, I have spent many spring and summer months taking in residential and commercial landscaping and have seen more orange-colored mulched gardens than I care to admit. More
Bitponics is a device and a website that will simplify hydroponic gardening. You tell it about your setup and what plants you're growing, and it provides you with a personalized growing plan that tells you how to achieve the best possible results. Sensors in your garden send readings to your account on the Bitponics website. The website then processes that information and sends notifications back to your device to control things such as pumps and lights. You can track your results and share your experiences with other users, so that we all help each other become better gardeners.