20 Inspiring And Creative Gardening Ideas


Have you ever thought about recycling objects you use every day and put them to good use in your garden? You would be amazed to know how many objects can have more than just one use and recycling is always a good idea as you can find a new purpose for old things. For instance, you can use old broomsticks to design a new garden fence. In a similar way, bicycle wheels can be repurposed into the pieces of a fence. You could even use old handbags together with some steel rods to design the most interesting fence in the whole neighborhood. Try to paint them in different colors to create a cool and funky effect. Take old palettes to make a wall around your garden and paint it in different colors for the same purpose. For more amazing ideas, take a look at the pictures below. Feel free to implement any you think best suit your personality and overall garden design.

1. Fire Burn And Cauldron Bubble


2. Great Idea for Repurposing in the garden “old funnels”


3. Pots Vertical Garden Ideas

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4. Cars Flower Garden


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5. Lady / Men .. so cute!!! — 55 Gallon Drums

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6. Succulent garden made out of re-purposed pallets


7. Old Cabinet into a Planter


8. Yard into a kitchen garden


9.DIY Bike Rim Trellis

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10. “Nature Nourishes” by Karen Talbot



10 Responses to “20 Inspiring And Creative Gardening Ideas”

  1. Prema narayan says:

    very well done, whoever has done the designs of gardening be it on a car, drum, etc, has done a v creative work, well done, very good, pl keep showing more such tips for many who are not aware, very nice keep it up good show.

  2. Howard says:

    My mother did the one with the iron cauldron. It rusted out the bottom of a good pot it was about 3 feet in diameter I think it was my great grand mother it would be worth a fortune now please if you do it us one that allread messed up beyond hope

  3. Elizabeth Sagarminaga says:

    Very nice idea, I liked all the gardening ideas you shared, especially the car flower garden. I have never come across such a car in real life and have never seen any picture also. I am so amazed and am eager to have such a garden at my place as well. Thanks again.

  4. Fencing in Orange County says:

    It is a magnificent idea to make a garden from recycling materials that not only enhance the beauty but also increase the curb appeal. As I work in fencing company in and around California so this idea that you have shared will be great for my customer. Thanks for nice tips.

  5. Barbara Schwey says:

    William Back and Charles Back please return my junk. Look at EVERYTHING I can do with it. If you get the Maverick over to the front yard.I cab flower power it! Just think of the.possibilities! I will be sure to share ALL the ideas with Mother’s neighborhood.

  6. will Jones says:

    I want a flower car for my garden! How cool is that? In fact all of these gardens are pretty cool. I’ve got my own quirky garden project on the go at the moment, although it’s not a patch on the above 😉 I have managed to lay an awesome outdoor rug which looks amazing in my Moroccan inspired garden.

  7. Jeffrey Lee says:

    Thnks for the many interesting and creative ideas that can be used in my garden.

  8. Matt says:

    These are truly terrible. None of these are attractive. It’s 20 gaudy and overdone ways to make your gardens less appealing and more expensive. 20 hard to maintain ways to make your backyard unusable by anyone.

  9. Remain Anonomus says:

    They are all interesting but where we live zoning would ticket us for junk in the yard while it grew. Our neighbors never miss an opportunity to make it their business to call on those who would be different.

  10. LouAnne says:

    Thank you for the lovely and creative ideas. We are in the process of working on a private wooded lot , so; I can put almost anything in my yard. I am always searching for ways to work art into the landscape without it looking out of place.

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