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I’ll keep it real right from the start… as much as I try, I don’t have a super green thumb. I did last week when I was painting my piano green, but that’s not quite the same I suppose. When our friends at The Home Depot asked if we’d like to try our hand at creating a vertical garden, I jumped at the opportunity!
Last month, I talked about how I joined the The Home Depot Garden Club and saw so many cool projects and ideas. If you missed the post, you can check it out here- they also have a $5.00 coupon-Score! So, after combing through the site, and looking on The Garden Club board on Pinterest I decided to make a vertical garden. I think they look super cool and I’ve never tried using my carpentry skills with my lack of gardening skills.
Here’s what I’m hoping to make… Of course with my own fun twist!
(Hover over the image below… it’s like magic!)
Vertical gardens are all the rage this season! I’ve seen so many cool ones made out of everything from shoe organizers to soda bottles. Here are some of the awesome ones I’ve seen on Pinterest…
I’m headed to The Home Depot this week to get all of my materials, but I have to decide a few things beforehand.
1- What flowers do you think I should add to my vertical garden?
2- What color scheme should I go for?
3- How should I add my own fun spin to the style?
I’d love to hear your input! Next week I’ll share my building plans and materials- you can build one right along with me. It’ll be like a DIY long distance relationship!
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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Home Depot.
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