With the Spring Season just around the corner, I can't help but think of gardening again. I mean, getting our garden ready, planting seeds indoors, all that stuff. Like I said before, we still have our own place in Kansas and this Spring Break we are heading back. And if the weather is right and the soil is dry, we will be able to till the garden, getting it ready for planting. But it won't be a huge garden this year though because we won't be around that long this summer to fully enjoy some fresh greens.
And with that said, I also want our own little garden where we live now in Wyoming. Since we are renting a house, we don't really get to make our own backyard garden, so I thought why not make a container garden instead. I have been collecting tin cans and egg cartons so I can use them to plant vegetables. Nothing really beats fresh veggies, especially if it is something that you planted and free from harsh chemicals. I have been searching on Pinterest for some Container Gardening ideas and inspiration and here are some of my favorites.
There are tons of container gardening ideas you can find on this site.
(sorry couldn't find the link. let me know if you, please. thanks)
Self-Watering Storage Container Gardening
I also wanted to try planting carrots in pots because we have never really been successful in planting carrots in our garden. Also, because we do have a family of bunnies that love to visit our garden every day. And planting some potatoes too in a potato tower. I sure hope I could do all that. Here's what a potato tower looks like.
And gardening won't be fun and festive without these fun, colorful, easy to build wind chimes made out of cans to hang outside. Ahhhh... so many great ideas that I would love to do when warm weather sets in. How about you? Any gardening plans this year?
I also wanted to make this for my kids outside so they can have things to hit with and make music.
While I was thinking about Spring and Gardening, I also remembered this video taken a couple years ago of my little man and his mud bath in our garden where we planted seeds. Enjoy!