So last week we talked about how to go about making your own vertical garden. While you can totally do vegetables in your garden, today we’re going to look at ten great herbs to plant, as well as some ways to use them when entertaining this summer. Continue reading →
Keeping a garden is great, but they can also take up a lot of space. What are you to do when you want the benefit of fresh veggies and herbs without the desire, or ability, to use up a large amount of space on an in-ground garden bed? Get vertical!
Vertical gardens are growing in popularity thanks to their ability to save you space (and don’t we all need that?), but before you get started, there are a few things you have to keep in mind.
The end of the holiday season needn’t be the cause of sadness. Sure, taking down decorations is no fun (you DO take your decorations down… right?).
There’s a fun way to get a little more mileage out of your Christmas lights this year by transforming a bottle of vino into charming outdoor lighting.
Watch rusty patio furniture return to life in this DIY gallery from Reddit’s r/DIY site:
I had the privilege to work with two of Nags Head Hammocks’ outstanding outdoor aficionados this week: Michael and Alex. We’re refinishing a few chairs that have seen some serious use outdoors.
This photo went viral this morning, and at first, I wasn’t even sure what it was. Turns out, it’s essentially a plastic outdoor water bed that you can make for under $30. Apparently, kids love it.
Marty and I had a great time putting together this handy guide to cleaning your outdoor fabrics. With Spring in the air, you may find this guide helpful.