Stepping Stones DIY Yard Projects
These Stepping Stones DIY Garden Projects show you how to turn drab concrete slabs into a welcoming walkway, making it all too tempting to tip toe through your lovely plants. Adding a way to let your guests take a walk through your garden is imperative if you want to keep it neat and tidy. All green-thumbed growers know that one of the best parts of learning how to garden is showing off your blooming space. Use DIY backyard ideas and garden crafts to make that space extra cute and easy to navigate.
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The Difference Between American and British Gardens
Whether you're from the United States or the British Isles, you have a love for garden crafts. Your garden is a happy place outside where you get to "play" in the dirt and sun and create something you think is beautiful.
There are a lot of differences between American and British culture, but a hotly debated topic is the difference between American and British gardens. Americans tend to see their yards as a status symbol and they quantify it by "curb appeal," which means how a house looks from the street. Curb appeal can be achieved by fixing up the outside of the house and adding landscape design. In order to keep curb appeal all year round, many Americans fill their gardens with plants that are low maintenance and evergreen.
British gardens are more like art pieces with a life of their own. They are a chance for the homeowners to express their personalities with different types of plants and flowers. British gardens are an ever-changing art installation that overflow fences and nearly cover the front of country cottages. Instead of worrying about curb appeal and the assumed status of their garden, British gardeners are more individualistic in their gardening choices.
No matter where you're from, you'll love our collection of garden craft ideas.
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