Now is the perfect opportunity to do some gardening now that May is here. Even if you don't have outdoor space, you can still grow your own little garden indoors. Read on for tips to upkeep your backyard, learn how to garden and even make your own bird feeder.
May Lawn & Garden To-Do List
Now that May is finally here, you’ll want to make sure that your lawn and garden are ready for the summer months ahead. From mowing your lawn and planting new flowers to mulching and more, there are plenty of ideas to keep you busy. Click here to read the full article.
New York Botanical Garden Hosts Virtual Gardening Classes
Whether you’ve never gardened before or are looking for a refresher, New York Botanical Garden is here to help you. This is the perfect opportunity to learn how to garden from the professionals while still maintaining social distancing. They will be hosting online classes on a variety of topics ranging from flower arranging and gardening in tiny spaces to art classes such as landscape design and watercoloring. Click here to read the full article and for more information on registration.
How to Start an Indoor Edible Garden
Although most people think you need a lawn or outdoor space in order to grow your own garden, there are a variety of fruits, vegetables and plants that can be grown indoors. This is perfect for those that live in the city or don’t have lawn space for gardening because all you need is a sunny space for the plant to sprout. Including lemons, strawberries, carrots and herbs, you’ll be amazed at the variety of plants you can include in your indoor edible garden. Click here to read the full article.
Where to Order Plants
and Seeds From
Since it’s hard to locate seeds and plants due to the high demand during the pandemic, House Beautiful put together a list of online retailers that have them in stock. Whether you’re looking for fruits and vegetables seeds or flower plants and gardening tools, one of these companies will have what you’re looking for. Click here to read the full article.
How to Make Your Own Bird Feeder
Another idea for an outdoors DIY project is making a bird feeder, which will be the perfect addition to your new garden. There are plenty of ways to create one by using things that you already have at home such as an empty wine bottle, LEGOs or a paper plate. Click here to read the full article.
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