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We all love a good pallet project, right?
. We are so happy to be spending lots of time outdoors and making themost of our tiny yard.I have tomatoes, zucchini,eggplant, cucumbers, 3 types of peppers, greens, and lots of different herbs. DId I mention my yard is the size of a postage stamp?
We do everything possible and try to make use of every squre inch of it though. A few years ago we made these Grow Boxes and they have done amazingly well!
I was totally inspired by Miracle-Gro's The Gro Project to create something easy, new, and fun for my backyard. They shared a few super fun garden projects and I decided I needed to come up with my own to share!
The Gro Project is a fabulous idea from miracle Gro to remind us all that Gardening can be easy and fun. It doesn't have to take a huge, expensive, labor intensive project to bring some fun to your outdoor space. Miracle-Gro also has a huge library of articles and videos for experts to beginners. You can find something to fit your space, ability level, and budget!
I used the Moisture Control Potting Mix in those GrowBoxesand I am telling you my tomato plants were AMAZING! The combo of the moisture control and the bottom watering system my plants were happy as could be! I also use LiquaFeed All Purpose Plant Food Advance Starter Kit throughout the growing season.
I made this cute herb planter using an old pallet board, coat hooks and 2 jars I found at the thrift store. I stenciled the wording, painted it painted the entire piece with 2 coats of polyurethane.
I screwed in the hooks and then used wire to create hangers for the jars.
They can hold anything small and you could stencil any wording you like. You could even paint the wood a fun color! The entire project was so easy and quick with skill level of crazy easy!
I am heading over to Miracle-Gro on Facebook to share my project and you can check out others or share yoru own too!
There are tons of tips and inspirations on Miracle Gro's Pinterest page. Lots of folks are sharing their gardening stories there and it is a great forum to keep up with the latest and greatest in gardening projects!
I would love to see some of your recent garden projects and hear any new tips you may have, especially for small gardening areas!