A collection of projects created in our garden.
The garden produces value in its own way. A dying cedar tree became the stimulus for a rustic cedar bench project as we turned firewood into furniture.
“A chicken coop? Are you sure?” What do we do when our grown-up daughter asks our help building a chicken coop as her birthday present? We grab the tools, right? Here’s our version of the backyard coop as designed by Amanda.
Our patio door needed a handrail. Here’s my simple design.
We needed a grow lamp above a living room garden. Several discussions led to an idea, and then it was time to move to the shop and turn the idea into reality.
Living in a townhome implies limited garden space. We designed and constructed a raised bed adjacent to the deck to increase Michelle’s gardening space.
Organic materials do not compost at equal rates. I sift my compost to filter out pieces of pine cone, wood chips, and sticks which need longer to decompose.
Who doesn’t love bird watching? Here’s an easy and inexpensive project you can build to attract bluebirds to your garden.
Adding planting space to a deck requires some creativity.
No deck is complete without a couple of railing boxes or planting herb and a few flowers.
My daughter needed a custom potting table with innovative additions.
The window above the sink was the perfect location for an indoor garden. All we needed was a suitable shelf.
A collection of scrap PVC pipe became the bones of trellis for my planned cucumber vines.
Growing plants from seeds can be rewarding. Here’s my low-cost solution to starting seeds.
What a joy to celebrate the bride and groom! Michelle’s wedding plans call for a custom table for the unity portion of the ceremony.
The maple tree by the front entrance is beautiful but prevents gardening in that location. We designed the No Dig Garden to address the issue.
Shawn asked for a better way to archive her kitchen knives.