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Make a Container Garden
Make a Container Garden
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If you love gardening but sadly don't have room to create the garden or flower bed of your dreams, then you're in luck. Perfect for renters or city-dwellers, this guide for how to Make a Container Garden is the exact solution you've been looking for. Watch as your balcony or small patio transforms into a lush garden as you follow these easy and budget-friendly steps. This holiday craft even includes a list of recommended flowers that are great pollinators, like peonies and anemones. This DIY garden idea is a great way to open up any small living space and visitors are sure to be stunned by your green thumb.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteWeekend project

MaterialsNature Material

Primary TechniqueGardening

Beginner

SeasonSummer

Project TypeMake a Project

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I live in the country in an old farmhouse, and we have plenty of space for gardening, but I love the look of this container garden and may do something just like this on our back patio. We often get winds that have blown our lighter weight flower pots around, so this idea may be just what we need to create an area that could shelter our pots a bit. I do love to have lots of flowers on our patio in pots, maybe because summer is so short here in Wisconsin. Great idea and inspiration!

This is a great craft since I live in the city and don't have a backyard. but now I can still enjoy having a garden!

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