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20 Fun DIY Garden Projects For Spring

little girl watering a garden pot in a greenhouse

I am so ready for Spring!

It is still cold out, but I have started seeds indoors and made my garden plan.

Planting the garden every year is one of my favorite family activities.

But what else can we do to make our garden more fun and functional?

I have been looking online (who are we kidding, Pinterest all the way!).

I found these awesome projects that are ideal for anyone who loves to garden.

So check out these cool ideas and dream of warmer days, because they are coming!

basket of vegetables in the grass with garden supplies

20 Fun DIY Garden Projects for Spring:

DIY Garden Mushrooms @ Birds & Blooms

DIY Hanging Lounge Chair @ The Merrythought

Outdoor Living Succulent Table @ Quarto Knows

DIY Vertical Planter Garden @ Helpful Homemade

Hanging Butterfly Feeder @ Empress of Dirt

Cute Vegetable Labels to Organize Your Garden @ Our Provident Homestead

DIY Garbage Can Rain Barrel @ The Thrifty Couple

Cute Garden Sign @ The Little Green Bean

Pallet Rack for Garden Supplies Storage @ Our Little Acre

DIY Four Door Shed @ The Owner Builder Network

Backyard Bee Waterer for $10 or Less @ Our Provident Homestead

How to Build a Tree Bench @ This Old House

DIY Planter Tutorial @ Cherished Bliss

Planter Accessories: How to Make Garden Charms @ Hearth & Vine

DIY Cedar Cube Landscape Lights @ The Navage Patch

DIY Glow in the Dark Stepping Stones @ Hunker

DIY Clay Pot Fairy Door @ the Woot

Wooden Pyramid Shaped Trellises @ Cottage at the Crossroads

How to Build An Elevated Garden @ Addicted to Decorating

DIY Potting Bench @ Centsational Style

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Aren’t those some great projects! I can’t wait to get started on some of these. They are really going to spruce up my garden area.

If you are interested in starting your first garden this year, we have a FREE online course called “Starting Your First Garden” that can help you grow your own food in your backyard! Click on the image below to sign up.

Gardening is a great way to bring families together, so get out there and get some projects done this Spring! Your garden will be a happy oasis!

Which of these projects are you excited about tackling this Spring? Let us know in the comments below. And if you enjoyed this post, please share. Thanks!

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