This small space garden bed is surprisingly affordable and offers a generous growing space for a gardener who has a green thumb but not enough room to grow. City Pickers Patio Raised Garden Bed, $29.97
Chart your child's growth with this cute, colorful and crafty wall hanging. A small wooden bookshelf keeps reading materials organized at a reachable height for children, making them easy for little ones to access.
If a grow light is out of the budget for starting seeds, a windowsill can work instead. To help your seeds germinate, place them in a spot that stays consistently warm — on top of the fridge or a radiator are good options. Shift them to the sunniest south-facing windowsill you’ve got as soon as a bit of green is showing above the soil line. If your windowsill is drafty or cold, lay down a towel or old t-shirt like a blanket and then set your pots on top.
A south-facing window is your idea
Think twice and be careful with plants that people want to give you lots of – some, including bamboo, Ajuga, and this chameleon plant (Houttuynia) are so easy to spread they can quickly spread out of control. They can become weedy thugs in neighboring gardens and even in the larger natural world.
To create a space that would be sophisticated enough for the homeowners' son as a teenager, designers used a neutral color palette with white walls to take advantage of the room's abundance of warm, natural light.
Across the country corn mazes are becoming an increasingly popular Fall attraction which captivate the young and old alike through playful designs and the imaginative repurposing of nature and farmland. Here is a shot from Bergmann’s Corn Maze in Wichita that has not yet reached its maximum growth.