Wander Through The Best of Nature on the Web

Searching the Web for Best Gardens and Gardening Ideas

I am a gardener at heart.  I have loved to garden since I was a little girl.  I even had a business in Australia where I sold house plants in a gift shop.  I’m happiest and the most peaceful when I am digging in the dirt.  My Favorite TV channel is Home and Garden TV.  It stands to reason, then, that I would add a page to my site called Best Gardens.

Dozens of creative gardening ideas. My favorites from 2016
Here are some of my favorite gardening ideas and creations.  Many of these are creative gardening DIY projects.  Others are images of gardening landscape or flower bed tutorials, and some are just neat gardening tips and tricks ideas that I have found.

These best gardens are found on gardening blogs all over the web.  Some of the inspiration for them comes from Pinterest. Some I get from searching Google and other search engines.  You will find pictures of a single perfect flower and complicated tutorials about how to build an elaborate greenhouse. The only criteria for the ideas, for me, is that they inspire me, and make me want to go outside and work on my own garden.

The page is updated almost daily, so be sure to check back often.  If you find a best gardening idea that you like, just click on the link below the image to go to the website for instructions or more inspiration

Grab a cup of coffee, relax and wander through my gardens of earthly delights. And remember, In every gardener there is a child who believes in The Seed Fairy.  ~Robert Brault.

If you have a gardening blog and would like to be included on this page, please drop me an email and I will consider your garden ideas.  I can’t print share all but will give your site consideration.

Gates made to look like pencils.How cute is this?  The gate is made of round logs with pointed ends that are painted to look like colored pencils.  I can’t find a tutorial anywhere but the image is shared from Lush Home.

Garden arbor made from two old doorsDIY Garden Arbor Made from Two Old doors – Source  Garden Web

Ladder becomes a focal pointBrightly painted stepladder becomes a focal point in this garden.  Shared from Midwest Living

Tree stump gnome houseCutest used of a tree stump ever.  Tutorial Stitches and Etc.

Basket made from an old hose.Basket made from an old hose. Fill with gardening tools and makes a great housewarming gift for a gardener.  Apartment Therapy.

Stepping stones that look like pillows.

Asphalt stepping stones that look just like pillows. Amazing!  Tuffits

tools as garden artTools and other vintage items used at planters and garden art.    Upcycled Garden Style

checkersWonderful Checker board game for outside. Love the two white benches on either side.  Tarinjga

tictac

Simple outside Tic Tac Toe Game.  Diary of a Whimpy kid

Relaxing patioI love the orange and yellow in this patio setting.  BHG

planter towerWhat a great way to add your house numbers!   Flickr

hose wreathHow creative is this project?  Using a hose as a wreath base.  Red head can Decorate

patio with potted plantsOutdoor patio with a great selection of potted plants.  Love it!  Home Design Ideas

best gardensVery Feminine Bonsai Plant – from The Bonsai Gallery of Walter Poll

 patioFabulous patio design – Bird Blog Ideas

cottage gardenStunning Cottage Garden (very much like my own front border!) Roger’s Gardens Landscape

mosaicTeacup Mosaic Planter Wall – Dall ‘Australia Con Amore

roseA perfect Rose – Mamietitine.

Update:  This post is one of my top 10 for the year 2013 – ranking number #2 of most popular pages on my site.  I can see why. These ideas are all wonderful!

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  4 comments for “Wander Through The Best of Nature on the Web

  1. Cheryl
    03/14/2015 at 9:17 am

    Would like more directions on how to construct the Flower Tower….3 pots with address on the outside of the largest pot. Thank you.

  2. Debi
    09/12/2015 at 1:16 pm

    beautiful & unique

    • admin
      09/13/2015 at 8:58 am

      Thanks Debi

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