The South's Best Gardens
Your home may be your castle, but your garden should always be your retreat. Here are the South’s best gardens, filled with color, beauty, and new ideas to fill you with excitement and to give you fresh new ideas. From an Edible Container Garden to a Backyard Retreat, each of these gorgeous green spaces can be a source of garden inspiration. Lush and luxuriant, these gardens can be functional and filled with edibles, as in the Eco-Friendly Kitchen Garden, or simply statements of classical…
A bucket table provides a storage space for things you don't want to leave out in the rain, like citronella candles and pillows.
See how this was made using just lumber and a bucket or galvanized tub.
Stock tank planters gone wild! - Digging
May 05, 2010 The Wildflower Center has redesigned part of its demonstration garden, and wowza—look at this! Stock tank mania! The first three beds are now devoted to stock-tank planters or stock-tank ponds. But there’s a twist that I’d never … Read More
DIY: Vintage Troughs as Planters - Remodelista
Last weekend, I made a quick visit to Hampshire to view a friend's ongoing garden project, and I was struck by her clever recycling initiative: the ada
Make A Green Gate That Moves
Yesterday we proclaimed our affection for industrial animal water troughs. We love them as planters, drink holders for parties and even as an outdoor dog shower. Even though we’ve dreamed of using them every which way, ReNest reader JFitzpatrick brought another one to our attention — a rolling green gate!Over at Southern Living Magazine they show us a rolling gate, a metal trough filled with tall, tall trees.
Very Cool Ways to Hack Galvanized Stock Tanks & Troughs
Galvanized stock tanks and troughs are essentially huge tubs which can be turned into or reused as any number of things. Depending on the context, they can read modern, industrial, or farmhouse. Learn all the ways you can hack them and create something spectacular and useful for your home. Bathroom Tubs: Jayme used a large round tank as a bathtub in her in warm and inviting modernist home in Philadelphia.