A vintage side table has been repurposed as a plant stand. Perfect for spring.(Image: Design*Sponge)
i really like the look of that radiator heater - assuming it no longer functions & is also used as a house plant table. i'm quite addicted to house plants (25 & counting!) & love using every surface i can to add more! http://craftscafe.wordpress.com/2010/04/05/my-out-of-control-house-plant-collection/
Hi!I just registered for an account. Love the site. I was wondering if anyone knew of a website similar in style to this that deals with gardening (preferably urban (preferably dealing with someone with little knowledge in the subject (me))).Thanks!
I'd second the call for a gardening site, though I've also found a lot of useful info here already.
Re: urban gardening site: I love http://www.yougrowgirl.com/thedirt/
rooosevelt, we second yougrowgirl.com, but we actually cover quite a bit on gardening here on Re-Nest. We have a new weekly feature on Friday called "PlantTherapy" which you should look out for, and we usually have at least one gardening-related post every day.
Yes, yougrowgirl is an excellent resource for beginners. Re Nest also does a wonderful job with posts on gardening. I am an urban gardener, and I grow primarily vegetables and some flowers (in my front yard and back). I have found a tremendous amount of information on www.blotanical.com.That is a site specifically for garden blogs. You can search the garden blog community for what you’re looking for- there is so much information and inspiration. Happy Gardening!Beth(if you're interested, you can visit my urban garden at www.kitchen-55.com)
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