Nobody wants their gardens and patios looking ordinary. You can make your garden look good without spending a fortune. People love to grow plants and flowers in their gardens for beauty and fresh air but plants and flowers fulfill both mandates. Plants are precious in your gardens, they make your compound beautiful and inviting. Homes with green plants receive natural touch and energy. You can even monetize the plants you grow in your garden if you like. Money plants are popular because it is easy to grow and have the best features that make your home habitable. Money plant is believed to give good luck for money to whoever grows them in their home. Even though it is a theory with no proof, still it presents the best qualities and features like filtering the air, increase oxygen supply and more so adds energy to your home. These are provable.
Here are smart hacks and ideas that you can implement in your garden that will shape your gardens without spending. Instead of hiring a homesteader for the works, roll up your sleeves and do it yourself following the following inspiration.
Simple stone path
A stone path leading to your patio is an obvious choice for any backyard garden. Why are the obvious option for many? They allow you and your guests to move around without hurting your grass of cruising across your important plants. It also presents beautiful organic looks that feel luxurious and expensive than it really is. What’s more! You can shop for these stepping stones on Amazon.
Recycled vintage tins
Instead of terracotta pots, use old tins has planters to grow a variety of flowers for mixed aroma in your compound. You can strategically place them on the patios or along the pathways to different destinations in your compound. Like towards the swimming pool, the store and more. The bigger the thin the larger the plant it can accommodate. Check reviews of online shops to get an idea of where to get the best deals in vintage tins. The wider the collection, the more variety it can accommodate your blooms for a worthy touch to your garden and homestead. If you don’t want to miss terracotta pots, you can still order them but remember they are pricy.
Create a vintage coop using an old pickup
This cannot be an easy task for any homesteader, first, you must have an old car or any old and unusable vehicle to transform it into a chicken coop in front of your patio. It is a little tricky but take it for inspiration just in case.
Repurpose old pots
Use old decorative dishes to breathe a new lease of life to useless pots in your compound and place them in place of terracotta pots to grow your blooms in there. They will give your patios a new chance to flourish especially during summer when flowering is optimum.
Revamp your planters
If you are a little crafty, this is your chance to showcase your expertise, where you can turn old furniture into useful planters to grow your plants and flowers in designated areas. Imagine a chair creatively turned into a planter! With a little paint, it looks as good as new plus a little DIY to accomplish the mission.
Warm up the fire pit
Transform the fire pit by surrounding it with a couple of flower pots plus DIY seats for your guests to enjoy drinks in the garden if indoors isn’t accommodating. There is a way you can plant flowers that make your garden space cozier. You can even put up a backyard playhouse for the kids.