I can only guess that's it's spring for you all? Yes?
Well, this morning, it is 20 degrees below zero up here in Alaska, and gardening looks pretty far off for me. But I know many of you are already working on your outdoor spaces, so this Feature Friday, I'm delighted to share with you some amazing DIY projects for your garden.
This classic garden arch has just six parts and can be built in less than a day. Create a gateway, frame a walkway in a hedge, or make it part of a trellis or pergola. From Family Handyman Magazine, full tutorial with diagrams and cut list.
A wooden planter is a great way of creating a bed to grow plants and vegetables in if you are short of space. Your wooden planter can be adapted to fit any corner, depending on your needs. And as it's made of pressure-treated timber it can be stained in any colour and won't rot. From Gardener's World.
I really liked how simple this trellis is to make. Bonus - just fold up when fall comes to use next year! From My Home Ideas.
I loved this modern take on a trellis! Why not create a statement frame for your flowers? From Lowe's Creative Ideas, includes diagrams, cut list and shopping list for three.
And since every outdoor space should have a little fun spot to keep the kids busy, I had to add what could be used as a child's raised garden bed, but most likely a sandbox! From This Old House.