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Today in Gardening Saturdays: how to create terrariums with unusual objects, crocuses, a hamster wheel transforms into a beautiful wreath and landscape inspiration.

One Fern Day

One Fern Day

One Fern Day

This article covers the basics of creating a terrarium. It offers tips to create them and use unusual containers, such as fish bowls. It also gives some tips for watering and afterwards care. It’s quite informative and the instructions are simple to follow with plenty of photos to help you visualize the process.

If you are interested in low maintenance plants in your house, you can go wrong with a terrarium.

Pretty crocus ahead of crowd with early show

Pretty crocus ahead of crowd with early show

Pretty crocus ahead of crowd with early show

And our next recommendation is an article about Crocuses. A perennial flowering in autumn, winter or spring. It belongs to  the Iris family and it is a native plant in the Mediterranean area. Big flowers and very colourful are some of the common characteristics of this plant.

Jump to the article, and the following Wikipedia article, to read more about their history and  everything else you want to learn about them.

Crocus – Wikipedia.org

Hamster Wheel Garden Wreath

Hamster Wheel Garden Wreath

Hamster Wheel Garden Wreath

After this article your hamster might be in danger of losing one of its favourite toys. Because this article, and its tutorial, will show you how to create a very beautiful and practical garden wreath making use of that wheel. It’s easy and the wheel proves to be an ideal surface to thread the plants on. Also the middle bar makes it very practical as well, as it provides a handle for easy transport of the wreath without damaging the threaded plants.

Higher Ground: 6 Spectacular Landscapes

 

Higher Ground: 6 Spectacular Landscapes

Higher Ground: 6 Spectacular Landscapes

And our last recommendation for today is dedicated to landscape inspiration. The article tours six different landscapes in six very different locations around the world: Greece, sunny California, a landscape in a wood area in the north of California, the house of Edith Wharton in Massachusetts, etc.

Very different styles in each of the properties and lots of photographies for you to get inspired and maybe think about your next garden renovation.


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