Jazz Up the Outdoors with DIY Bug Hotel Fence Art - Garden Therapy
If you have an eyesore of a fence this Bug Hotel Fence Art is the perfect fit! Natural elements are set in a wooden frame as four-season art.
Bug Hotel Globe, Wooden, Sensory, Kids, Shelter, Garden, Fun, Play, Nest, Insect
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DIY Mason Bee House From a Thrift Find
Our bee population is quickly fading thanks to pesticides and GMO crops. Help keep these important animals thriving with a mason bee house you can make from a simple wooden cubby box. You'll need a wooden frame for your bee house - it can be a cubby like this one, a birdhouse with the front taken off, even a simple wooden box. Mason (or solitary) bees do not produce honey or live in hives. They nest in hollow tubes and small areas of stacked twigs. Creating your own will encourage…
How to Build a Bug Hotel
A bug hotel is part garden art and part winter habitat for beneficial insects. Using plant material from around the garden and a cedar box you can create up different protected areas for bees, ladybugs, beetles, spiders, lacewings, and other good bugs. Full instructions and materials can be found here: www.gardentherapy.ca/build-a-bug-hotel/
Pent Wooden Flip Roof Log Store 7X4
Pent Wooden Flip Roof Log Store 7X4.This 7x4 wooden flip roof log store is great if you need a large capacity log store to store all your logs tidily in one place.
Small Space Garden DIY Projects Straight from the Northwest Flower and Garden Show - Garden Therapy
A tour of some of the best small space garden DIY projects to that add beauty and whimsy to urban and small space gardens.
DIY project: Build a 'Bug Hotel' to attract beneficial insects
Beneficial insects are essential for any garden and bugs will naturally find a home under leaves, bark, stacked wood or within your garden beds. A ‘bug hotel’ is an enjoyable way to celebrate your garden helpers, a fun family project and instant garden art. Words: Julie Legg A ‘bug hotel’ is an enjoyable way to celebrate your garden helpers, a fun family project and instant garden art. Using natural materials works best, replicating a natural environment for ladybirds, slaters, bees…