This Online Gardening Community Has People Sharing Their Creative Gardening Projects And Here Are 80 Of The Best Ones

If you’ve ever been into gardening, or know someone who is, you’ve probably noticed how similar it is to pet keeping. Just like having a dog or a cat, there’s attention, love and care you have to give the plants so that they will thrive.

But in increasingly populated cities and our hectic lives, plants become soul-soothing companions who calm down our longing for that inner calmness. No wonder gardening and plant keeping have had a renaissance in times of pandemic. Today, there are thousands of online groups for plant and gardening enthusiasts where they share everything from how to make that soil more fertile to making sure the plants get the right combo of sunlight, to anything in between.

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The Facebook group “Creative Gardening” is one such destination, boasting a whopping 1.1M members who happily share their own gardening projects and ideas. We handpicked some of the most interesting and unique ones below, so enjoy!

#1

My outdoor “painting “. Easel made from tree branches cut from my red cedar, frame found at Goodwill, flower arrangement bought from roadside farm market, hummingbird from DollarTree

Image credits: Dawn Meehan

#2

Image credits: Germaine Morabito

#3

Image credits: Alexander Harris

#4

Our pondless waterfall

Wow! I’m overwhelmed by the responses! We had this professionally done a couple of years ago. We had leftover water coloring from our hot tub (don’t remember the brand), and tossed it in to see what happened. The waterfall is in direct sunlight, so we do have problems with string algae. The rocks were power washed this spring, and I skim out algae as necessary.

Thank you so much for the compliments!

Image credits: Laura Hein Webb

#5

Image credits: Nicole Bandi

#6

Image credits: Nino Razmadze

#7

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Image credits: Athena Tucker

#8

Image credits: Rose Caldero

#9

I’m super lucky that my guy not only loves to garden but is an amazing DIY person! I have the eye for design and color.
He did the pond himself (weeks of you tube videos lol).
When we bought this house ten years ago it was mostly gravel and there was a deck falling apart which we removed

Image credits: Dawn Blakeslee

#10

My mums old wooden ladder was no longer safe in my opinion, painted and turned into a stand for plants and garden treasures. Matches my house doors, pots and patio chairs, it’s not all full yet, but you get idea. Had to add a shim on each support bar as they don’t match the height of the steps. Its not level, as the ground isn’t level, and I can’t be bothered to adjust it, good enough for me!

Image credits: Tara Vivian

#11

Image credits: Matt Hindal

#12

Image credits: Alexander Harris

#13

Hello ! Here are a couple other snaps of areas of my gardens. I designed everything including the She Shed. As well, did most of the work including but not limited to, flagstone, marble and tile. The house and garden was a repo and a mess. I drug in rocks from the rivers of Montana, the beach and many other places. Most of my hard scapes are estate sale finds. I do most of my own baskets and pots. I live in zone 7. W. Oregon. Basically a rain forest. I’m a 3x can survivor. I had a bone marrow transplant 24 years ago and survived it. Therefore, I’m not afraid of much. Especially color. My neighbors love it and bring their guests over. I make my own compost. Baskets and window baskets. Lots of fertilizer. Slow release granules when I plant and water soluble by Proven Winners twice a week when everything is in full bloom. I hope that this encourages others. Happy Gardening!

Image credits: Terri Johanson

#14

Image credits: Jai Ramadhin

#15

It’s so hot in Texas, even the sunflowers are trying to stay cool!

Image credits: Chrystal Rogers Kirkpatrick

#16

I got this from a dear friend and in the wind storm it fell over & was broken but I added some soil & now it’s beautiful again

Image credits: C.C.’s Urban Garden CA

#17

Image credits: Malkhaz Buzhaidze

#18

Image credits: Lika Ambrosishvili

#19

Image credits: Lisa Babu Thundiyath

#20

I had to share this posting from my daughter. I’m serious she can’t keep a artificial plant alive but her love for nature is real!!

Image credits: Sharon Kirk Goble

#21

Image credits: Erin Fisher Miller

#22

If you have old buckets/pails this was my project over the weekend

Image credits: Becky Hillmann

#23

Image credits: Nathalie Bureau

#24

Image credits: Rosie Womack

#25

Here is another area of my new yard. I fell in love with the windmill when we bought the house back in the early spring having no idea that these beautiful purple clematis would bloom

Image credits: Heather Hasty

#26

Image credits: Nathalie Bureau

#27

Since the passing of my Husband, my garden is my sanctuary where I can find peace and solitude.
Have a blessed day to all

Image credits: Terence McCarthy

#28

Image credits: Lorie Nichols

#29

My mom in her garden 86 years young! She goes out everyday to check her babies and give them that special love

Image credits: Angie Hicks

#30

Image credits: Lindsey Bickford

#31

My Dancing Dolphin just keeps going this year. Hasn’t quit blooming since January.

Image credits: Shari Olby

#32

Image credits: Gail Christiansen

#33

Image credits: Nino Razmadze

#34

Image credits: Kimberly Williamson Mackiewicz

#35

A little roadside find for the garden

Image credits: Daisy Picking Days

#36

Image credits: Malkhaz Buzhaidze

#37

Having retired and down sizing I was longing for my gardens I had worked to establish for over 20 years When I saw what I was given to work with I was pretty discouraged, but I recited the old saying, “Grow where you are planted” and walla

Image credits: Joyce Mayer

#38

Image credits: Celia Buell

#39

Image credits: Laura Wheatley-Hughes

#40

I know they are only geraniums and ANYONE can grow a geranium, but this color makes me so happy

Image credits: Connie Coppenger Daugherty

#41

Image credits: Nino Razmadze

#42

Last year I thought I had over pruned this bush, it only had 5 blooms on it last spring.

Thank you Lord for saving it

Image credits: Don N Laura Saylor

#43

Image credits: Debra Gilbert

#44

Image credits: Lika Ambrosishvili

#45

I’ve been working on these gardens ever since I moved here in 2001. I move things around, change things and add things every year. This year we’ve had lots of rain so it’s pretty green, healthy and filled out. I hope you approve

Image credits: Claudia M. DeWitt

#46

Image credits: Naira Sikma

#47

Image credits: Joan Rymer

#48

Image credits: Lisa Babu Thundiyath

#49

Image credits: Shannon DeHart

#50

Made this garden seat/bed with daughters old bed! Cut the base board in half for sides even used the slats for seat all had to buy was the wood for frame! Love freebies from upcycling

Image credits: Jacky Dodson

#51

Image credits: Vikky Manning

#52

I have a lavender rose…
Last year beautiful lavender roses came.
But this year ….. the same rose has red roses..
No idea how this happened….

Image credits: Lisa Babu Thundiyath

#53

Image credits: Lori Carle

#54

Image credits: Pat Mattox

#55

Image credits: Rani Kumar

#56

Image credits: Brenda Baker

#57

BatFace Flowers

Image credits: Marilyn Young Moller

#58

Image credits: Daisy Ferrer

#59

Image credits: Wendy Lewis

#60

My precious mom my best friend was called home and is singing in the Angel choir.Its been a year,
I started her a Angel garden,where there was once nothing.
That’s where my healing begin,I dug up her flowers and plants from her yard and the flowers from her beautiful service and planted them..I know she is SMILING down on me and I can hear her singing Amazing Grace how Sweet the Sound

Image credits: Tammy Byrd

#61

My little flower bed I’ve been working on. I’m 72 and have back surgery and hip replacement in past year and half. Takes me a while to get stuff done. My daughter bought me the big red flower for mother’s day. We also live in rockland as you can see. Hope you like it.

Image credits: Sandy Notnagle

#62

I wanted to share something that makes people smile when seeing my garden.
My husband and I made this scarecrow for our close friend who’s been sitting bedside her fiancee for the past 3weeks. He had a horrific motorcycle accident.
My scarecrow aka Miss Margaret Marygold and her new friend Miss Tulip, named after the Netherlands home flower for our friend who’s still healing in the hospital.
Hoping that when they get to finally come home from the hospital, Miss Tulip will bring them many smiles as ours has brought us in our garden.

Image credits: Danielle Rowley

#63

Image credits: Carla Roberts Carroll

#64

We this amazing plant company that drives through our neighborhood. Pick out your plants, pay and instant happiness. This is located in Munds Park , AZ. 16 miles south of Flagstaff, AZ.

Image credits: Elizabeth Husak

#65

Image credits: Denise Goeckeritz

#66

Image credits: Nina Loveland

#67

Image credits: Beau Thomas

#68

Image credits: Sherri Sarlo

#69

Image credits: Nicolly Santos

#70

When the short lived Alium flowers lose their petals….spray paint in vivid colors takes over and extends their presence in the garden

Image credits: Maria Johnston

#71

I’ve been so worried about my Dahlias with this Texas heat but they are thriving. I planted tubers early April and didn’t know what to expect but here we are

Image credits: Sasha Violette

#72

VIA JENN PARKER “WHEN WE BOUGHT OUR HOUSE, I WAS SO DISAPPOINTED THAT THERE WERE NO FLOWERS ANYWHERE. THEN I FOUND A CLUMP OF PEONY ROOTS IN A 3 FOOT SQUARE CLUMP. I CAREFULLY DUG THEM ALL UP, UNTANGLED AND DIVIDED THEM, THEN PLANTED THEM ACROSS OUR 140 FOOT FRONTAGE. THIS IS THE RESULT EIGHT YEARS LATER…”

Image credits: Adriana MacKay

#73

My zinnias that I planted with seeds

Image credits: Letty Garcia

#74

Image credits: Tracy Wilson

#75

Image credits: Debbie Mitchell Smelko

#76

Strawflower about to
Bloom. I love seeing the layers before it’s in full bloom.

Image credits: Renee E Judkins Lee

#77

Image credits: KJ Rager

#78

Today I am pleased to announced it has been raining here for a couple of days, and thanks to my wonderful Grandchildren I no longer encounters a muddy yard. They are still working on a few areas in the yard.
But, the happiest thing was to see my Grandson the one who engineered the project had a Seniors Prom this weekend walked out into the yard with such confidence, while wearing white. He was so proud of his participation, and the outcome, it was evident in his stance. He even chose some of the white Peonies from the garden.
Thank you again my amazing group members for the tremendous amount of blessings and encouragement granted to them. It really empowered them.

Image credits: Ouida Grant

#79

Ok i had to update and add my Koda boy in too. I’m so proud of being able to grow puppies in my garden. This is Oakley in his favorite spot

Image credits: Erika Gordon Moore

#80

You have further inspired me….how do you like my pallet wall. I built it myself….I’m 63…and 5’…. anything is possible

Image credits: Mary Possley Wilichowski

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