The blue and white tones are echoed with blue and white Torenia (Wishbone flower) and white Caladiums. Foxtail fern provides a soft texture. Learn More>
Add drama and color to your shady garden, porch or patio with this container garden filled with fabulous foliage textures. Learn More>
Invite your friends and family to an outdoor celebration and dress your table with this beautiful flowering centerpiece.
Create this container garden decoration for a ladybug themed party.
Make edible ladybugs from fresh fruit.
Kids will have fun making and planting a pot inspired by a ladybug.
Whether your outdoor space is big or small you can attract and enjoy beautiful hummingbirds.
Whether you enjoy the fragrance wafting through your garden, or cutting roses and bringing them indoors, having roses in your garden is a real treat.
This container garden perfectly blends flower power, interesting foliage and texture and uses color repetition.
Butterflies add life and color to your landscape, while your garden gives them a safe habitat. Butterflies need food, water & shelter to survive and this kid-friendly DIY gives them just that! Learn More>
You'll be rewarded every time you see butterflies fluttering about as they gather nectar from your beautiful garden. Learn More>
Create a container with plants that are the thrillers, fillers, spillers of the garden.
Encourage ladybugs to come to your garden by planting some of their favorite plants.
The combination of flower and foliage color is what makes the plants in this spring/summer container garden work together in harmony.
Containing a mixture of perennials and annuals and evening flowering shrubs, they'll provide gorgeous color from early spring through fall.
Succulents and aloes provide wonderful, low-care architectural interest, and are great choices for containers.
The contrasting purple and gold tones of the foliage in this container support the bi-color Torenia blooms by repeating their colors and creating a cohesive design.
This full sun succulent container garden is actually 4 container gardens in one.
Waterwise gardens don't necessarily have to be planted with succulents and cacti.
An early fall container garden that's quick and easy to plant together - gives an entryway or patio an instant fall look.
Create a fall container garden with an assortment of fall flowers and colorful foliage planted in a pumpkin.
Create a pumpkin topiary by stacking different sizes and shapes of pumpkins to create a beautiful fall arrangement for your home or garden.
A step by step fun way to decorate a pumpkin is with succulents!
As you prepare to plant your pulp pot dormant roses, here are a few tips and items you will need to help them succeed.
As you prepare to plant your dormant container roses, here are a few tips and items you will need to help them succeed.
This project is for the birds! Kids and adults will both enjoy making these ornaments and watching the birds enjoy them.
Brighten up winter days with this colorful container garden.
Create this miniature garden planted with slow growing, low maintenance, dwarf evergreen plants to provide color, texture, and interest in your garden year-round.
Garden To TableDIY's
From your garden to your grill to your plate. This garden plan is designed with the grill master and foodie in mind.
Plant a stacked herb garden using several containers and you can have a mixed herb garden nearby even in the smallest spaces.
The satisfaction you’ll get from this easy project will have you searching for more pots and containers.
Growing tomatoes is easy and you’ll be rewarded with juicy, flavorful tomatoes you can use on sandwiches, in salads or salsa and more.
You can enjoy scrumptious strawberries at home in any size yard by growing them in containers.
Enjoy fresh salsa straight from your garden this summer. Plant a veggie bed with tomatoes, peppers, onions, chives and cilantro.
This time of year we celebrate our strawberry harvests by making wonderful desserts, salads, drinks and smoothies with this delicious fruit.
Houseplants add beauty and help improve air quality inside the home. If you have pets you know they sometimes like to chew on plants.
Houseplants add life and color to your home so you can use them as accents in your decor.
Add a fresh touch to your home with a garden filled with a mix of blooming and colorful foliage plants.
Repot those orchids from their original container once their bloom cycle has come to an end.
Give your home or office a touch of style with a glass terrarium.