More ideas from gy
Corner flower garden - I love this little fence area...

Corner flower garden - a little fence area like this gives a focal point when you have open acreage and just want a little flower bed

Environmental art....tree hugger art

the *tree hugger project*.wiktor szostalo and agnieszka gradzik create art pieces that are literally tree huggers.twigs, vines, sticks and branches woven together and entwined to create wicker people that wrap their arms around tree trunks.

Upcycle an old tub to make a great porch planter and coffee table!

Old Bathtub turned coffee table/planter! via the Garage Sale Gal I actually have an old claw foot tub in my barn, I was thinking of making it into a small koi pond, but I think I like this coffee table/planter better for our vacation home.

Container garden by megan, dragon wing begonia, blue lobelia, ivy...

Finding a Good Planter.From toolboxes to wheelbarrows, the garden shed can yield plenty of unique possibilities for containers. Just make sure to provide adequate drainage. Love old wheelbarrow with beautiful plants.

great idea for a herb garden? Small Space Gardening.... terraced for small narrow spaces.

Patio Decor and Gardening / urban gardens, small space manipulation. No instructions, but good inspiration for taking a very narrow and challenging space and turning it into a tiered garden with vertical elements.

Disney world does this! Lowes sells the 4 to 6" round PVC pipe with holes already drilled.  Purchase an end cap, fill with rock, soil, and plant.  I will often put these in the center of a very large pot to stabilize, and add amazing height and color to a container that has trailing plants (no end cap or rock needed if you are placing in a container)

PVC Pipe Planter Disney world does this! Lowes sells the 4 to round PVC pipe with holes already drilled. Purchase an end cap, fill with rock, soil, and plant. I will often put these in the center of a very large pot to stabilize, and add amazing heigh

Indoor Tulips . . . Step 1 - Fill a glass container about 1/3 of the way with glass marbles or decorative rocks. Clear glass will enable you to watch the roots develop . . . Step 2 - Set the tulip bulb on top of the marbles or stones; pointed end UP. Add a few more marbles or rocks so that the tulip bulb is surrounded but not covered (think support). . .Step 3 - Pour fresh water into the container. The water shouldn't touch the bulb, but it should be very close, so that the roots will grow…

Indoor Tulips - Fill glass container about with glass marbles or decorative rocks. Set tulip bulb on top of marbles or stones; pointed end up, add more marbles or rocks; so bulb is surrounded but not covered. Pour fresh water into the container.