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Container Gardens Beautify Your Home + HM #230
Enjoy your garden indoor and out! Container gardens or potted plants are a great way to bring nature into your home. It’s also a perfect way to add color to your patio or deck. It’s National Garden Month, so help us celebrate with a fantastic roundup of Container Gardens from t he gals of Home Matters!
Avoid Beginner Mistakes in Container Gardening from Jill @ The Beginner’s Garden
The Best DIY Soil Mix Recipe from Tiffany @ The Imperfectly Happy Home
Potted Plants Keep Your Deck Colorful and Festive from Lorelai @ Life With Lorelai
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6 thoughts on “Container Gardens Beautify Your Home + HM #230”
I love popping in here for the party. I always find such inspiring ideas and recipes. I hope you have a FANTASTIC week.
Thank you again for the party!
Thanks so much for featuring my trail mix recipe!
Thanks so much for hosting each week!!
I love container gardening. I remember they were the first things I tried doing because I could start really small and test a few plants at the same time to try things that I wasn’t sure about.