Garden Tools

The World’s Cutest Garden Markers You Can Buy — Simple Gardens

You spend a lot of time cultivating your backyard garden, so why not spruce it up with adorable garden markers that will add a touch of cuteness and make it easy to find what's what?

Set up some of these markers and you'll never again have to wonder if you're you're looking at the parsley or the cilantro.

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The World’s Cutest Garden Markers You Can Buy — Simple Gardens

You spend a lot of time cultivating your backyard garden, so why not spruce it up with adorable garden markers that will add a touch of cuteness and make it easy to find what's what?

Set up some of these markers and you'll never again have to wonder if you're you're looking at the parsley or the cilantro.

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I Tried the Click and Grow Herb Garden — Here’s How It Went — Simple Gardens

Although I do most of the cooking and cleaning, I like to joke that my husband is in charge of keeping all the living things in our house alive. He makes sure I eat real meals like a normal human (not just cheese and gummy candies), he feeds our fish and the dog we sometimes babysit, and he's in charge of all our plants.

This division of labor came about after I killed three too many succulents and an air plant. (Seriously, how does one kill an air plant?) It's not entirely my fault, I like to tell myself — the light in our apartment is never the same!

I have also killed every basil kit I've ever tried, yet I was eager try the Smart Herb Garden by Click and Grow. After all, they make it sound so easy! Here's how it went.

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The World’s Cutest Garden Markers You Can Make — Simple Gardens

It's happening! Gardening season, that is. Before you know it, you'll be up to your eyeballs (or at least your shins) in fresh herbs, vegetables, and more. Mind your peas and corral all that mint you're growing with these charming DIY garden markers — they're all made from things you probably already have around the house.

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The One Thing You Need to Know If You’re Considering a Pallet Garden — Simple Gardens

If you've spent any time on Pinterest lately, you may have noticed the ever-growing pallet garden trend. They seem like a good idea in theory: Pallets are used (in great quantities!) to ship boxes, cargo, and lumber, and are often discarded in heaps outside big-box stores, making them fairly easy to scrounge up. Plus, they're a good solution for small-space gardening, as they take advantage of vertical space and fit on even the smallest balconies.

There's just one thing you should know before you start planting.

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5 Pretty Plant Misters for Your Kitchen Herb Garden — Shopping

Perhaps, like me, you have always dreamed of having an indoor herb garden to add freshness and flavor to your dishes with basically zero effort. In my mind, the scenario goes something like this: I'm thinking about what to make for breakfast and I decide I'll whip up a frittata, making use of those eggs I picked up at the farm, that last nub of goat cheese, and, of course, herbs from my garden!

Needless to say, this has never happened. But with the weather taking a chilly turn, and months ahead of hearty stews and soups that could definitely benefit from fresh herbs, I'm feeling motivated to finally (finally) make my kitchen herb garden a reality. And I have this smart and stylish setup, using IKEA's RÅSKOG utility cart, to thank.

It feels plentiful, yet achievable — and, of course, I'll need a cute mister to get the full effect. Here are five I have my eye on.

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