Find some charming outdoor selections and ideas from the cover of This Old House Magazine from ideas for spring and summer yards. The charming cottage space is bursting with Hydrangeas and flowering plants and shrubs.
You can easily decorate your yard or garden and get your outdoor space ready for the spring with gardening gear and furnishings inspired by the cover of This Old House Magazine. Get helpful ideas on gardening and more by checking out some of the interesting items available on the current April 2014 cover.
First thing to check out is the sturdy planting bench that will help prevent a sore aching back when you are gardening. The bench has two 5 foot long separate levels, which offers plenty of space to work or store garden items.
The Chloe Dining Linens set is made of easy-care cotton and lets you set your outdoor dining or patio table with real linens for entertaining and parties.
A durable tote comes in handy when gardening and with the Eco Garden Set with Tools that offers plenty of room for garden supplies and comes with three tools which is great for a beginner or experienced gardener.
Climbing vines can get a head start with the Garden Corner Climber that is a pre-stained garden cedar trellis designed to wrap around an outside corner wall.
Using a sturdy wheelbarrow like this Poly Wheelbarrow that is easy to maneuver, holds 5 cubic feet, and is balanced for easy moving and lifting is one item that is useful for small or large gardens.
Hang a wreath on your front door like this 20-inch Blue Hydrangea wreath that has natural looking faux branches and twigs that are twisted with artificial berries and hydrangea blooms for an everlasting look.
The Iron Round Dining Table and the Woodard Parisienne Dining Side Chair will help add a touch of classic elegance to your patio or garden. The table is made from recycled wrought iron while the chair has a heart shaped design and comes in 16 different colors.
A galvanized pail comes in handy to use as an ice-filled beverage cooler, a backyard vase, or for container gardening.
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