It’s gardening season! Are you ready? Today I’ve gathered up some of the funnest gardening hacks out there. From using diapers and soda cans, to making watermelon slings and table cloth movers. How fun are these ideas?! We are busy and we need all the quick, quirky, and helpful gardening ideas we can get!
8 Genius Gardening Hacks
1. Put Diapers in a Planter
I wonder if this works? Lay diapers in your pots with absorbent side up. The diapers will keep your soil moist for days! (source unknown).
Metal buckets can be heavy (yet so pretty!). Use empty soda cans as fillers.
3. Put Plastic Forks in a Garden
Prevent animals from getting into your garden by strategically placing plastic forks in the soil. Original source no longer available.
Protect young seedlings by creating a greenhouse using the top of a milk jug
Use a table cloth to move heavy items in your garden, such as bags of soil or wood chips.
Support growing watermelons by making watermelon slings out of old t-shirts
Line flowerpots and planters with coffee filters to stop soil from falling through the drainage hole
Made with paint, string, a glue gun, and flowers. So cute!
9. Hanging Flip Flop Garden
Use coffee cups and flip flops to hold small plants. How cute! (source unknown)
10. Truckulent Garden
Plant succulents in old Tonka Trucks. So creative! (source unknown)
Poke holes in the cap of a milk jug to make it a watering can. Such a great idea!
12. Terra Cotta Pot Dog
Stack and paint garden pots to make a puppy planter! (source unknown)
Well this is a great idea! It sure look like it is fun to try! Saving this….
This is a raised bed garden idea that gives you walking space to water all of the plants. So smart!
This is a neat idea! Roses are my favorite:)
Use old golf balls as lady bug decorations in the garden. Adorable! All you need is some paint.
Strawberries are tricky to grow. Try this hack! Grow strawberry baskets – saving this!
Beautiful cascading flower box! I’d love to have one of these.
They are perfectly biodegradable! Check out the tip for getting this gardening hack to work…