These dollar store garden hacks are fast and easy to implement…plus, they make great gifts for the plant lovers in your life.
How does your garden grow?
Popsicle Stick Plant Markers
Both cheap and biodegradable, popsicle sticks make great plant markers.
Perennial varieties of flowers are beautiful and make gardening easier because you don’t have to replant every year.
But, by using planters that are partially buried in rock you can easily plant your favorite annuals with a minimum of fuss – or mess!
Shower Caddy Rack
Spray paint an old shower caddy, hang it on a wall or fence and you’ve got a great vertical storage option for your favorite succulents or collection of fresh herbs.
Shoe Storage Herb Garden
Is there nothing that a shoe storage caddy can’t do? Here’s the tutorial for this clever dollar store garden hack.
Warmer nights means more time spent outdoors. These balls of light bathe everything in a warm glow and because they’re made with a natural material (grapevine) they withstand the elements.
Tree Branch Candles
Tree branches that have been hollowed out just enough to fit tealight candles are the perfect addition to any garden, just don’t forget to blow out the flames when you’re done using them.
Or, you can use solar powered tea light candles and forgo the flame altogether.
Ping Pong Ball Lights
Combine ping pong balls and LED Christmas lights to create inexpensive lights for your garden or patio area.
Tea Cup Bird Feeder
Sure, you could buy a cheap bird feeder from the dollar store, but why not make a unique bird feeder that serves to feed our feathered friends, while also adding delightful charm to any garden too?
Clever garden decor
Garden gnome…be on alert…this turtle topiary is both cute and easy to make, making it a great choice for anyone’s garden, big or small!
Wire Basket Garden Cloche
Finally, if you’ve got deer and/or rabbits eyeing your vegetable garden, these cheap, stackable wire baskets are the perfect solution.
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