Really useful Cottage Garden Plant infographic from The Enduring Gardener. - My Cottage Garden
Such an obvious cloche - why didn't I think of this? You can cut the sheets to suit the size of your beds. I could do this with just a few wooden stakes between the sheets of ripple roof, and it'd be perfect to protect from hail or cold!
How to make a mini wildlife stack for your garden
Creepy Crawly Towers: a wildlife stack suitable for a small garden.
Secret fort framework for under tree hiding spot. Hula hoops in the garden to a secret fort or to weave through an overgrown area (have edible plants along the way for a sustainable snack for their adventure!
Might be a fun thing to do with youth. DIY garden plant markers - check out the wood burning kit
Spalding Gardening Calendar - Month by Month! Your monthly gardening guide and to-do list is here!
Learn to Make a Pallet Garden In 7 Easy Steps
(herb garden idea) Got Pallets? Don't feel like turning up a bunch of grass? Use a pallet as a garden bed - staple garden cloth on the backside of the pallet fill with dirt and start growing! Courtesy of: Backyard Diva
DIY Ideas for Garden Crafts: In this DIY article we would be offering you guys so many inspirations which would make you realize that how easy and handy these garden art crafts are to make.
A Vegetable Growing Cheat Sheet Infographic is one of the best Infographics created in the How To category. Check out A Vegetable Growing Cheat Sheet now!
The 10 best easy-to-grow vegetables for beginners
LATE SEASON PLANTING Plant Mid-July to Sept. Beets, Carrots (mid-July) Chinese cabbage (late July to mid-August) Collard, Kale, Lettuce, (mid-August) Peas (July 1 to mid-July Radish (mid-August) Spinach (mid-August) Turnip (early July)