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Happy March! I can’t believe it’s already March! We still have a lot of snow in Wisconsin at our house, but the sun has been shining a lot more frequently now, so I’m itching to get started on our garden and making over our backyard space! In the meantime, I have started my indoor herb garden…check out this post!–> How To Create An Indoor Herb Garden
I’m planning on building a few more DIY Raised Garden Beds: Beginner Level in addition to the three raised garden beds I kept after the house fire. The goal is to create an English-inspired garden; complete with gravel walking paths, a large 12×12 pergola (that we already had stamped concrete poured for in the fall), a small apple and cherry tree orchard (which we planted in the fall), flower beds and a lovely home for our chickens. Right as the snow began in late October/early November, we installed a fence around one of the back quadrants of our yard. Unfortunately, we have had snow or freezing temperatures since then, so we still need to complete building the custom gates, installing post toppers and staining the entire exterior. But…once it’s all done, it should be such a nice backyard oasis! I can’t wait!
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What are you working on this week? What projects do you have upcoming? Do you have a project that you aren’t sure where or how to begin? Do you have a space in your home that you feel could use a makeover?
Send me an email, and let me help you brainstorm…for free. (you can thank my hubby for this great idea! haha!) We’ve made over so many of our own homes (4 to be exact!), so we’ve been around the block a time or two with giving old spaces a new look…but on a budget!
I love the sound of your garden plan and I love your free design offer! That’s very generous. We’ve been working on the idea you gave us, for the family room wall shelves. Hopefully it will be completed soon!! Thanks!!