Category Archive for: ‘Month October Week 3’

How to Build a Flushable Dog Run

Doggy John: How to Build a Flushable Dog Run

There is often two sides to a story. In the case of what goes on in the Garden Therapy homestead, the unsung hero is my husband, Michael, who has been working behind the scenes on almost every project and post written here. Today we are lucky enough to see “Schneider” come forward to share a tutorial on how to build a …

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Make Scented Pinecones For A Pretty Home Diffuser And A Bunch Of Other Crafty Ideas

Homemade Scented Pinecones and a Pretty DIY Diffuser

Use natural scents to fill your home with the warmth of the holidays by making this pinecone aromatherapy diffuser! Scented pinecones are easy to make at home, as long as you follow a few important steps. See them here on my post over at eBay where I write more garden therapy (I have a craft & garden projects blog over …

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Pickled Golden Beets

My Famous Pickled Golden Beets with Ginger and Star Anise

I just love this recipe for pickled golden beets with ginger and star anise. The brine is sweet with just a hint of the spices, a beautiful compliment to the earthy golden beets. I made this along with a more traditional beet recipe, Tarragon Pickled Beets, to enter in a canning contest. When it came time to submit the entry, I couldn’t …

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30 Sensational Succulent Planters

30 Sensational Succulent Planters

Succulents are just so versatile as indoor or outdoor plants. They make amazing container displays and are just so darn low maintenance that they appeal to even the busiest gardener. I love to see all the unique ways that succulents are used by crafty gardeners, and there really is no better place to find a a huge community of those …

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Halloween Front Door Decor

Halloween Crow Feather Wreath

This simple wreath can turn a welcoming front door to downright spooky in just 30 minutes. And you can’t go wrong with a crow theme in these parts.

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Hosta Leaf Concrete Stepping Stone DIY Via Garden Therapy Garden

Using Large Leaves to Cast Concrete Stepping Stones

Using large leaves from your garden to cast concrete is a fun and simple project that will inexpensively create lots of stepping stones.  Imagine all the secret pathways you could create!

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