It’s time to get your garden ready for spring. From setting up pots and planning to livening up gardening space, here’s everything you need to create the ultimate garden for plants, vegetables, herbs, and flowers.
Add Some Style With a Picket Fence
Give your garden some edging. A plastic picket fence separates plants, emphasizes the landscaping, and adds a unique look to your garden path.
Create Walls of Stacked Flower Beds
Space might be an issue for urban gardeners, people in townhouses or small residences, or if a backyard’s already occupied. Try GreenWise stackable garden beds. Each one comes with a water reservoir and drainage system built in. Assembly is easy. They’re very lightweight, manufactured from durable plastic, and can be stacked on top of one another with ease. Create entire walls of plants!
Support Healthy Plants With Bamboo Stakes
Don’t let a plant collapse under its own weight. Heavy-duty bamboo plant stakes. Secure vines, tomatoes, and other vegetables or shrubs. The bamboo is easily cut, the sticks themselves are strong and durable in their function in a garden, and their finish is natural and practically looks like it already belongs.
Load Up Your Collapsible Garden Wagon
Those of us who have big or long gardens, lugging all of our tools from plant to plant sort of absolutely sucks. An easy garden hack is to use a wagon. Pile in everything you want to get accomplished and pull it with you from bed to bed. This makes tidying up, planting, and final retrieval so much easier.
Use a Mini Greenhouse to Start Plants
You don’t need a massive greenhouse to start seeds and get plants just right. A small portable greenhouse you can put wherever you like with a grow light – shed, barn, garage, kitchen – is worth it. On cold and windy days, keep seeds, seedling, and young plants warm and moist. An excellent solution for dedicated gardeners.
Start an Herb Garden or Window Display
Look at the space you’re not using in your garden. How can you maximize deck, patio, and window lengths – with lengthy durable planters. These aren’t round nor big. They are long, rectangular, and be easily set on any window or patio. Use them to play herbs or similar small plants.
Maximize Space on Your Railing with a Hanging Flower Pot
It’s become more and more popular to use hanging flower pots on railings, windows, and balconies. They don’t require any additional foot space. They can be positioned anywhere with ease. You can use one or buy multiples and add color.