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How to Make Moss Covered Garden Pots great for gardens and fairy houses even Garden statues , Rocks and much more just remember Moss loves north facing light and partial shade and water and just leave it alone to do its magic It's also extremely forgiving and requires little to no maintenance. It's soft on your feet if used as a ground cover, stays green throughout colder months, and is really easy to propagate.
A spilled flower pot is the perfect idea of bringing a little whimsy to your garden. Just tip Southern Patio's 22.5" Natural Oak Whiskey Barrel on its side, plant bushels of mums, and you have your own spilled flower planter. http://www.southernpatio.com/products/planters/hdr-012221-22-5-hdr-whiskey-barrel-natural-oak/
There’s nothing more soothing than relaxing with the sounds and smells of nature. If you live in a home with a concrete backyard, and you’ve been wishing you had a garden instead where you can unwind, here’s an innovative solution for you! This daybed project is a lot easier and far more practical than digging up concrete backyard and turning it into a garden. You still get to enjoy taking a nap or reading a great book on a wonderful lawn and you get a great conversation starter thrown in!