Here are some of my favorites gardening ideas from the best of the internet. The ideas range from soup to nuts. There is something for all gardening styles here. My only requirement for a recipe to land on this page is that it must inspire me and have something to do with creative gardening.
Searching the Web for Best Gardens and Gardening Ideas
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Love cats? These adorable cat stepping stones from Amazon are the perfect gift for a cat lover. I’d love to have them on my garden path.
Air plants are often quite small. That makes them perfect for these adorable Sea Shell Planters from the Air Plant Shop. Love this look! Be sure to check out this post for more creative air plant holders.
Dave 450 on Etsy use polished stones to make flowers and dragonflies for your garden. He has many designs available in his shop.
How adorable are these unique rock hedgehogs featured on Live Internet Russian? If you have a creative talent, you could fashion something like this from hypertufa cement and polished rocks.
Topiary is the practice of pruning or clipping plants into interesting shapes. These Toad stool topiaries are amazing. Shelly from Sow & Dippity snapped the photo at Vandusen Gardens on a visit at Christmas
Got a tired and worn out Vintage Chair? Do what The T Cozy did. Turn it into a chair planter. The dramatic coleus plant adds so much color. Coleus is grown for it’s colorful foliage and it put to great use here..
My husband came home one day with a box of old musical instruments for me to “make into something for my garden.” (He is fond of doing this and I never quite knowhat he will show up with.) I turned them into some fun musical planters for some annuals
Lin Wellford does the most amazing job of rock painting. In this photo she has hand painted patio stones with butterflies. See more of her designs at Art of Rock Painting
This is one of my favorites by far. HayNeedle has an enchanting ceramic waterfall and bird bath. It has a lovely cascading design and is solar powered to save on energy!
I love using common household items to turn them into creative gardening projects. This fun coffee pot terrarium used to give me a morning cup of coffee. Now it houses some small succulents and air plants. Charming!
I have seen vintage tea pots used as bird feeders before. This adorable design from Not on the High Street has such a nostalgic design.
Don’t throw those broken plant pots away! This idea from Hardly Housewives shows them using the pieces to turn them into herb garden markers. I have done something similar in one of my projects. I turned some old wooden spoon into garden markers.
I am a fan of garden seating areas. I have them in almost all of my garden beds. This lovely garden swing hangs from a pergola that is surrounded by a landscaped garden setting. I cannot find the original source but found this on Pinterest and wanted to share it for inspiration.
Mother Nature is creative all on her own! Bromeliads are so unusual – at first they look quite ordinary and then a pod emerges from their centers. Once this opens you are in for a treat. They display the most spectacular and unusual “flowers”.
What have you used in your garden for creative gardening ideas? I’d love to see some of your creations in the comments below!
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