153,794 garden markers Home Design Photos

Lucy Call
Melissa
Ideabooks387
Questions1
make markers with leftover paint from plant stakes
handmade garden markers - leftover paint & stencil. good idea!
spending time cultivating a vegetable garden on soil that you can call your own," she says.
Plant marker out of wood painted and the name stenciled on
Make pretty plant markers. A fun little project for the first day out in the garden is to make a set of pretty plant markers. Sure, you can just write on Popsicle sticks with a Sharpie, but if you want to get fancy, try painting plain garden stakes with whatever leftover paint you
markers for plants Use stampers to create lettering
Make plant markers - could use wood
feeling than spending time cultivating a vegetable garden on soil that you can call your own," she says.
“Stenciled lettering” — beverlyb
Lucy Call
Melissa
Ideabooks195
Questions0
custom plant markers with small pieces of wood by painting them and then stenciling the name of the plant on them
I like this garden stake idea!
Adorable handmade herb markers for garden beds
So the gardeners don't accidentally weed wack the chives
Wooden labeled sticks to help remind me of where each plant is in the garden.
I could make these garden plant signs for my garden.
Grow an edible gardenOrganic homegrown vegetables, fruits and herbs are fresher and more flavoursome than the store-bought stuff. Plus, growing edibles in your garden means you don’t have to make changes to your menu or rush down to the shops when you run out of fresh ingredients – just head outside
“Printed stakes” — beverlyb
Robin Amorello, CKD CAPS - Atmoscaper Design
15 Reviews
Shed Garden
Ideabooks615
Questions0
bed in front of porch. Decorate with old garden tools on outside of shed along with window boxes
box frame for garden next to screened porch
barrel planters right outside the garden shed
Herb garden, stone, window boxes
Potting shed and kitchen garden
Garden idea for Lakehouse.
Barrels with garden veggies
raised herb garden...Garden near house...Herb garden...Love the garden...Shed Garden...garden markers...garden sprinkler...plant markers...container garden...cottage garden...shed garden
“Herb garden” — clairesb
Sarah Natsumi Moore
10 Reviews
Eco Artist's House
Ideabooks1,008
Questions0
kept happily occupied. A few simple, creative touches can make all the difference. Try one of these: ◦Cover the tables with kraft paper and set out markers and stickers to decorate the “tablecloths.” ◦Set out buckets of sidewalk chalk for drawing on the patio floor. ◦For younger kids, try a sensory
kept happily occupied. A few simple, creative touches can make all the difference. Try one of these: •Cover the tables with kraft paper and set out markers and stickers to decorate the “tablecloths.” •Set out buckets of sidewalk chalk for drawing on the patio floor. •For younger kids, try a sensory
happily occupied. A few simple, creative touches can make all the difference. Try one of these: Cover the tables with kraft paper and set out markers and stickers to decorate the “tablecloths.” Set out buckets of sidewalk chalk for drawing on the patio floor. For younger kids, try a sensory
“Picnic table” — midurak
Earth Mama Landscape Design
11 Reviews
Raised Bed Vegetable Garden
Ideabooks56,630
Questions7
Once a forgotten, moldy putting green —now a healthy vegetable garden. Raised beds were built and filled with organic soil and leaf mold. This garden provides the family with spring through late fall vegetables including lettuces, tomatoes, beets, peas, eggplant, zucchini, asparagus, and a ton of basil
purchased the beautiful iron wire forms pictured in the raised bed garden shown here. I have googled the life out of it and cannot find them. Thank you, Jill
What is better for a vegetable garden, full sun or partial?
local lumber supply. I think this particular garden would be too low for wheelchair access, but it would be very easy to make adjustments to accommodate.
It really depends on what you are growing. This is a zone 5b garden. The front half of the garden gets about 8 hours of full sun. The back half
“Yard” — Connie Ariés White
Doyle Herman Design Associates
4 Reviews
Traditional
Ideabooks2,273
Questions0
garden aisles with grass between rows
Manicured garden right within the yard
Nice garden Easy to move around
vegi garden instead of
A gorgeous backyard garden area.
No raised bed garden
Huge garden!!!...vegetable garden...formal garden...garden good...the ultimate garden...My garden area...Garden structure...backyard garden...My gardens...Veg garden...Look of garden...Dream garden...herb garden...Garden idea...Love this garden...My garden...Garden veggies...edible garden...garden sculpture...kitchen garden...vegetable garden
“Mom loves her crops” — drewdaria
Teich Garden Systems
Greenwich CT Residential #2
Ideabooks3,397
Questions0
identification of a specific area. would like as a butterfly garden
awesome garden idea...this might keep out the deer.
Vegetable garden somewhere, but smaller then this
Like this idea for a garden.
vegetable garden. protected.
fencing of the garden.
Teich Garden Systems
For a small garden...Veg garden...Fenced in garden...protected garden...Nice covered garden...Great garden!...Garden spot...Goat proof garden...vegetable gardens...garden idea?...ultimate garden...Garden enclosure...garden idea...garden at the ranch...enclosed garden...edible garden...garden fence...vegetable garden
“perimeter for deer/rabbit fencing” — Brittney Stewart
Rock Spring Design Group LLC (David Verespy, ASLA)
Scotts Cove
Ideabooks14,351
Questions3
Vegetable garden with deer fencing for protection
What about the gate opening? There's no additional fencing. Can't the deer enter the garden there?
Herb & vegetable Garden design idea
If privacy fencing is not desirable (for instance, you want to be able to see and enjoy your own garden), you can make a regular garden fence taller by attaching netting to taller poles, in effect making a taller (but nearly invisible) fence. Another option is to make your fence significantly wider by
Keep Deer OutSome deer can jump nearly 8 feet high, making it quite difficult to keep them out of garden beds using normal fencing. A solid privacy fence is ideal because it blocks the deer’s view of your tasty plants — it’s not likely deer will jump into an area if they can’t be sure it is safe. If
“Garden” — Connie Ariés White
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