Container Gardening, How to Make Seed Bombs for Earth Day and Thursday Favorite Things Party

The season for gardening has started! 


Master Pieces of My Life shares inspiring container gardening tips and Artful Homemaking shares some container garden pictures that are awesome. 

Ann's Entitled Life shows easy ways to start a garden.

Southern Sunflowers shows how to paint a pretty birdhouse.

Earth Day Seed Bombs are so cute and with full tutorial on how to make them by Our Tiny Nest.

Don't like wasps? Five Spot Green Living shows how to attract birds to your yard that eat those pesky wasps!

And there is lots of inspiration at the party also. Have fun.

Inspiring Container Gardening by Master Pieces of My Life

32 Wonderful Uses for an Old Iron Rake

Inspiration for a Flower Planter by Artful Homemaking

How to Start a Garden by Ann's Entitled Life

Painted Birdhouse by Southern Sunflowers

Earth Day Seed Bombs by My Tiny Nest



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  1. Linda,
    My Link Ups for this week are numbers 20, 21 and 22!
    Thanks again for hosting this lovely party every week! I know how much time goes into doing so and I want you to know that it is greatly appreciated!! Stay safe, healthy and happy!!

  2. Thanks for hosting the party each and every week, Linda! I'm linked up at 42/44 this week. Have a beautiful spring weekend!!

  3. Hi Linda. Nothing to linkup today, just visiting links. If you or anyone else has posts about genealogy, we'd love to have you linkup at our genealogy themed party.

  4. Linda, thank you so much for featuring my painted birdhouse! Have a wonderful weekend!

  5. The act of transforming an outside space into a productive and usable area for the family, as well as a habitat for plants and animals who would otherwise be displaced by urban growth, is known as home gardening. The history of plants and flowers is lengthy, rich, and beautiful. There are numerous fun facts and tales to ponder about some well-known plants, which can make them even more interesting.

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