10 Creative Easy Garden Ideas

If you’re looking for 10 creative easy garden ideas, you’ve found the right place. I don’t usually curate a site with a lot of photos, but this is one time where a picture really is worth a thousand words. The photos display imaginative gardens and are so good that they give a good idea of how to create those gardens. Not only does Samantha Schoech bring the reader 10 creative easy garden ideas, but the ideas are easy and the gardens could be put together in a weekend or less. To get the full effect of this article, you need to check out the photos. Here’s the text below a cinder block garden.

10 Creative Easy Garden Ideas

10 Creative Easy Garden Ideas

These cinder blocks, arranged to form a geometric planter, are modern and brilliant. And the whole thing goes so well with succulents, which have a sort of geometry to them too.

Samantha says that she just can’t resist cheap design ideas. Not everybody can afford a landscape designer. That’s why Samantha is on the lookout for creative, cheap and easy garden designs that still have a pleasing appearance. Samantha posts a photo of a bottle tree, a concept that has an interesting history.

The bottle tree has a long and storied history originating in Africa and going strong in the South in the United States. It’s thought to have originated as a way to keep spirits and imps away. A lot of my neighbors have dead trees in their backyards that are too expensive to get removed. You may as well dress them up, right? And keep the bad spirits away at the same time.

I really liked the photos in Samantha’s article, and the creative ideas really got me thinking about lots of ways to make simple and cheap, yet attractive, gardens. There are probably lots of possible ideas, but thanks, Samantha, for giving us 10 creative easy garden ideas. You definitely want to see/read Samantha’s article by clicking here or on the link below. Let us hear from you and like us on Facebook.


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