It’s time for some summer gardening, and you probably all waited for this! To make your summer more productive and rather relaxing, you should definitely become a gardener this season! From designing and decorating to furnishing and planting, there are many things to do before the summer starts, and the outcome will definitely be desirable! Instead of hiring a professional designer, you can save a lot of your money by making this your DIY project. Not only will you have more freedom when it is you who is in charge of the project but you also get to learn some new skills!
For a great summer, here are some DIY gardening projects for summer 2022:
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Vertical Garden Planter
This vertical standing wooden planter is made from some spare boards from prior projects. This is a terrific way to highlight your favourite plants and flowers, and you can use it to adorn the porch or deck that overlooks your flower garden. Because this one is so simple to construct, you can knock off a number of them in a single day and scatter them across your garden.
Flower Bed in a Vertical Position
This vertical flower bed can quickly liven up your outdoor living areas when added to your garden area. This one is simple to construct and may be made out of repurposed pallets and lattice. If you don’t have any, little boards or paint stirrers can be used to make your own. I adore how lovely this looks with the flowers bursting out, and it’s ideal for leaning against a home or a garden fence.
Planter with a Topsy Turvy Feel
To make this wonderful topsy-turvy planter, all you need are a few terra cotta pots, some rebar, and a few hours of your work. This will surely add some flair and design to your yard, and it is really simple to construct. This one has a very whimsical vibe to it. It’s excellent for any part of the garden, and because it’s so simple to make, you could make a few in a day to fill your space with wacky DIY garden décor.
Garden Glove Rack That Is Easy To Make
If you garden frequently, you almost certainly have an excellent pair of gardening gloves, and if you do, you’ll need a place to store them, right? This DIY garden glove rack is simple to construct and really useful for keeping those gloves sorted and stored. This may be made out of a variety of repurposed items and hung on your fence or the side of your house nearest to your garden.
Potting Bench on Wheels
If you garden frequently, a potting table is a must-have, and this one is simple to construct. This project can indeed be completed in a few hours, and if you have any leftover wood from past projects, you’re almost halfway done. Put this in your yard or by your fence to provide the ideal spot for seedlings and potted plants to be planted and pruned.
Pallet Walkway That Has Been Upcycled
A pathway is a great way to add some style to your yard, and this one is made out of reclaimed pallets. I like a good DIY pallet project, and this one will turn your yard into a work of art in no time. This is a simple way to add some DIY garden décor, and it’s a project you can complete in an afternoon – even if you want a lengthy promenade around your garden.
Glass Garden Lights that Float
In the garden, I adore the lighting. It’s a fantastic way to light up a room, especially at night. With a few interesting light globes and some twine or rope, you can construct your own yard lighting. When completed, they look stunning and are ideal for lighting up a flower garden or a walkway around your yard.
Brick Garden Markers
Garden markers made at home are a terrific way to personalize your outdoor space. These markers can be created in about five minutes, and they won’t cost you anything if you have a decent stack of old bricks on hand. This is a one-day project that you will want to attempt, whether you use them in your herb garden or leave beautiful greeting words in your flower garden.
Wreath of Succulents
Another project that will take only a few hours to do and will instantly improve the appearance of your lawn and garden is this one. Make a succulent wreath for yourself! These are incredibly simple to make and bring so much beauty to any space where you hang them. You may hang it on a door, a porch, or a deck, or plant a few and use them to decorate the fence around your garden.
Simple Log Planter
What a fantastic method to repurpose an old, unusable log while also adding decoration to your lawn and yard! This project can also cost you nothing if you have an old log that you can hollow out. You may also ask around to see if any of your friends, family, or neighbors have an old log that you could use. Then just carve out a section of the log to create a rustic-looking planter.
The treehouse that you can build yourself
Imagine how happy and excited your children will be when you create this simple treehouse! This is a fantastic addition to any lawn or garden, and it’s quite simple to construct. It only takes a few good boards and a few hours to put together. A treehouse can delight children, but you might also utilize it to entertain adults. With a few pillows or cushions, you’ve created a nice spot to rest and enjoy your yard.
Path of Cobblestones
Adding a nice pathway to your garden is a terrific way to improve its appearance instantly. This DIY cobblestone road can be installed in less than a day, or perhaps a couple of hours if the route isn’t too lengthy. Cobblestone may be found at any home improvement store for a reasonable price. Run this around the perimeter of your garden or through it. You’ll be astounded at how much it alters the appearance of your garden.
Hanging Garden Made from Repurposed Gutters
Make a stunning hanging garden out of some old guttering! This is an extremely simple and adorable way to recycle your old guttering. You make planters out of gutters and hang them about your porch or deck. If you want to add some nice colors to your fence, or just about anyplace else where there is space for hanging, you may hang them.
Simple Garden Bench
Building a DIY garden bench is a great way to pass the time in the day, and this one is particularly simple. It’s really stylish and well-designed! It’s so simple to make, and it’ll only set you back approximately $15. It has a wonderful curve to it, and it’s ideal for lounging around potted plants or flowers. You can double up and add a pair of these DIY seats to your yard because they’re so simple and inexpensive.
Herb Garden on Pallets
Why not grow a herb garden if you truly want to contribute something to your garden? This pallet herb garden is easy to make and can be completed in the afternoon. Plus, this not only beautifies your environment, but it also provides fresh herbs for your kitchen. Those herbs may be used in a variety of delicious dishes!
Water Feature Made with Bamboo
With this simple DIY bamboo water feature, you can create a relaxing waterfall in your yard. This Japanese-inspired project will help you unwind in your lovely new garden and will only take you a couple of hours to finish. The price can indeed vary depending on where you get your bamboo, but it is often extremely reasonable and a great way to add some beauty to your outdoor space.
Simple Garden Path in a Single Day
Spend an hour in your flower garden creating a lovely new garden walk. This is a great method to add value to your home while also beautifying your landscape. The value of your property is highly dependent on its curb appeal. This garden walkway design is ideal for increasing both the value and the attractiveness of your home – and it can be completed in a single day.
Spheres of Concrete in the Garden
Concrete garden spheres may be purchased for a few hundred dollars, or you can create them yourself for a fraction of that price. This is another project that you can easily complete in a single day. You might construct a whole collection of these miniature concrete globes to decorate your landscape. They offer such a charming touch to flower beds, and there are so many ways to customize them.
A Simple And Quick Firepit
Believe it or not, you can make a wonderful campfire in only a few hours. This one is simple to make and is ideal for lounging outside on those chilly evenings with a lovely small fire. This one may be made out of cinder blocks or bricks and takes very little time to construct. And, if you have a stack of bricks lying around waiting for a project, this one won’t break the bank. I adore easy-to-build fire pits!