Make This Inexpensive And Modern Outdoor DIY Succulent Planter Using Cinder Blocks
Create your own inexpensive and fully customizable DIY outdoor succulent planter using cinder blocks, landscaping fabric, cactus soil, and succulents
my life in lists // what will my garden grow?
Another inspiration from 30 Days of Lists…but I made my own list that wasn’t in their categories…I’m such a rebel. Let’s see if I can successfully grow potatoes and ar…
How to Raised Bed Garden Designs
If you wanted to get really artsy you could paint the cinder blocks or even do a bit of mosaics on them before starting your garden too! We started out used plastic spoons and a sharpie marker to write what we were growing but later ended up painted some beautiful rocks to display what is growing where! That’s it! How easy is that! She is so incredibly proud of her garden and she can’t wait to see the fruits of our labor. I have to admit… out of all the gardens I’ve done this is the most…
My Happy Little Garden
There are so many fun things happening in my back yard right now! With the addition to the patio-yard bar - we have just been enjoying this spring weather in our backyard! This is one of the best...
17 Awesome DIY Concrete Garden Projects • The Garden Glove
Want to try some concrete in the garden? These DIY concrete planters, benches, fire pits and even concrete edging projects can change your garden!
Raised Garden Bed Designs made with cinder blocks
If you are looking for some raised bed garden designs that are easy, check this out! This is one of the easiest raised garden plans out there!
Brilliant Gardening Project: How to Make a Raised Garden Bed Using Cement Blocks
I’ve been advocating for growing your own veggies and herb for quite some time, so here’s another great way to do so if you’re keen on the idea. A raised cinder block garden really has so many benefits: the cinder blocks themselves are affordable (about $1 each); you get to start off with...
5 Ways to Use Cinder Blocks in the Garden • The Garden Glove
Concrete, or cinder block, is an inexpensive building material for the garden. Easily picked up at your local home improvement store, and you can use it to create garden hardscaping that will last. We picked 5 ways to use cinder blocks in the garden to share with you! Let's get inspired with this post!
How to Make a Keyhole Garden - Gardening Channel
Is your backyard too hot and dry to cultivate the vegetables you have only dreamed of? Keyhole gardens were developed for the sole purpose of maximum crop output in the hottest and driest of conditions. Their low cost, low maintenance, and versatility make them a desirable gardening option for your yard and for gardening across […]
DIY Cinder Block Bench - C.R.A.F.T.
Want to make a large outdoor bench for extra seating? Use cinder blocks! Here's a step by step tutorial for making a DIY conder block bench of any size.
How To Use Cement Blocks In Practical Outdoor Projects
Concrete or cement blocks can be repurposed in numerous ways to create a lot of interesting things such as benches, media units, planters and even beds. We already explored some of those options and today we’re going to focus only on projects for the outdoors, since it’s spring and beautiful outside. View in gallery Let’s...
Build your own Concrete Block Raised Beds
This will be my 4th year gardening in raised beds, and the 3rd gardening in my indestructible concrete block beds! There are many benefits to raised bed gardening, including looser, better draining soil, mitigated risk from toxic and lethal chemicals sometimes found in urban soil, and the fact that they're a bit easier to reach because they're higher up. Gardening in a concrete block garden offers all of these benefits, with the additional perk that concrete blocks will not deteriorate like…