With Spring coming up fast, it’s time to start thinking about what you want to do with your family garden this year. What do you have in mind? What creative ideas can you and your family bring to your garden? It’ll be fun.

#1) DIY Garden Markers

These cute little guys are a great project to paint while you wait for Spring to come around.

#2) Literary Direction Sign

This is a fun idea for book or garden lovers. It’s a fun, quirky sign pointing to all the great book directions.

#3) Wooden Fence Panels in the Garden

This is a cute idea and it’s simple to do. For the DIYers, this is a great project.

#4) Creative Herb Gardens

These creative herb gardens are great for people who want a garden but don’t want to do a whole lot of work. The smaller gardens are perfect for families who are just starting out and don’t want to go big right away.

#5) Spiral Rock Garden


Using rocks and your favorite plants to make this super cool spiral garden.

#6) Turn Your Old Watering Cans Into Art

Turn your old worn watering can into a piece of garden art. These are super creative and looks great!

#7) Bird Cage With Succulents


This is a great use for old bird cages that happen to be sitting around or can be found at garage sales or thrift stores.

#8) Creative Garden Sign

These signs are great because you can just take pieces of scrap wood and some paint and voila! An instant garden sign with your touch of creativity.

#9) Tire Garden Ideas

Garden tire ideas are fantastic. They are the perfect use for those old, useless tires that are sitting around. One use is a vertical tire planter. They are small and easy to care for.

#10) Vintage Bicycle Planters

Bicycle planters are something big this year in the garden world. They are quirky and don’t take much time to do. All you need is some spray paint and a couple of baskets with flowers or plants. Super easy but makes a big statement in your garden.

Written by Cleo Neufeld

Cleo Neufeld

Before meeting the love of her life, Cleo was a single mother to a beautiful little girl for many years. She shares her expertise in single parenting, building a relationship, living on a budget and more.