Summer has finally arrived where we live and we couldn’t be happier! The look of our backyard and garden space, however, definitely could be. That’s why we’ve been on the lookout for ways to use our DIY skills to have a cheerful floral element to our outdoor space and put in some kind of homemade garden!
Wooden hexagon flower bed
Are you the kind of DIY enthusiast who has a few of the basics up your sleeve when it comes to easy woodworking and now you’re feeling up to a little bit of a challenge? In that case, we’d absolutely suggest taking a look at how The Home Depot made this fantastically geometric hexagon shaped flower bed in surprisingly few simple steps!
Spiralled rock garden
Perhaps you loved the idea of making your very own uniquely shaped flower garden but you’re just not sure that you’re quote up to the challenge of working with wood? In that case, we think you might get along a little better with something like this lovely spiralled flower bed from Neryssa that’s made with rocks instead!
Vertical wooden step gardens
Just in case the idea of working with wood actually really does appeal to you but you can’t help feeling like you’d like to build something even more challenging and really make a statement in your yard, here’s another wooden idea from Heimat Deco! They show you how to make this vertical wooden step garden that’s also a lovely place to spend time in happen.
Recycled leaning pallet garden
Maybe you really are a fan of the wooden garden look but you’re also hoping to find something slightly more low maintenance and maybe even upcycled to suit your rustic chic home decor scheme? Then you just might be the perfect person to give these simple leaning vertical pallet gardens a try! Canberra Homes shows you how to make them happen nice and easily. You can absolutely fill yours with flowers instead of herbs if you prefer!
Vertical rain gutter gardens
For those who adore upcycling but always prefer it when the aesthetic of the finished product fits how old and charmingly weathered the pieces you made it from were, check out this stunning miniature flower greenhouse made from vintage window panes! Global Garden Friends has all the details you need for making it happen.
DIY wall mounted monogram succulent garden
What if you’re in love with the idea of building a wall mounted garden but your outdoor space is very small or you’re just not sure your busy lifestyle is really conducive to keeping lots of flowers well cared for? Then maybe you’d get along a little better with something like this low maintenance but beautiful wall mounted monogram succulent garden instead! See how it’s done in more detail on House & Fig.
Stone planters with wooden benches
Did we actually really catch your eye when we started talking about garden ideas that also involve some kind of seating arrangement, but you just don’t have the space for something like the wooden riser style garden we showed you earlier? Then maybe you’d prefer to make something like these wooden benches set between concrete brick flower plants! Houzz shows you how it’s done step by step.