HAPARI’s Favorite Spring Garden Ideas

HAPARI’s Favorite Spring Garden Ideas

Published by HAPARI on Mar 25th 2015

Spring is here, which means temps are warming up as each day gets longer! With the changing of the seasons, the world reawakens; flowers are bloomin’ and birds are chirpin’. Ahhh! :) It’s one of our favorite times of the year!

To celebrate Spring, we’re featuring innovative and cool garden ideas for your yard. From DIY, raised garden beds to cost-effective garden pots and containers, these ideas will help you add pops of spring to your yard. Check out our fave picks below!

Raised Garden Beds

We love these DIY raised garden beds. Imagine eating fresh fruit and vegetables grown in your own yard! You’ll save money on groceries and enjoy fresh produce. That’s a win-win in our book! The best part about these raised garden beds?—Because they’re DIY, you can custom make them to fit your ideal space. Use wood, cinder blocks, or other materials to create custom plant boxes.

Vertical Gardening

If you limited on space, we love an innovative vertical garden. Talk about Spring beautifying your yard - these Vertical Garden Beds create eye catching color and foliage to help spruce up your space. Like the Raised Garden Beds, the Vertical Gardens are DIY and can be customized to fit your needs. These can also  work for both indoor and outdoor spaces! We’ve seen these made from wood, cement blocks, old pallets, etc. Use supplies you have around the house!

Mason Jar Floral Pots

Not ready to commit to a full garden yet? Try adding a small ‘planted’ garden in your home with mason jars. Find some vintage jars at your local consignment store and repurpose them! They make great plant holders, and they’re cute! Who wouldn’t want a few of these brightening up their window pane? We do!

Wooden Floral Boxes

These Wooden Floral Boxes are like the middle step between wanting a garden and trying the ‘planted’ approach above. Create a custom wood box with supplies from your local hardwood store. Fill with your favorite foliage (fresh or faux!) We suggest using succulents and cactus for an easy-to-care-for option.

Wooden Plant Stand

We saved the best for last (well, at least in this editor’s opinion!) These wooden plant stands are economical and great uses of space. I’m currently redesigning my bedroom, and would love to incorporate some plants into the mix. These easy-to-make wooden plant stands give just the right amount of decor and foliage to a space.

Ready to add Spring to your home? We sure are! Let us know if you try one of our HAPARI garden ideas — or have any of your own spring garden ideas to share! For more posts like this, check out the  HAPAR blog. We’re like your favorite lifestyle blog but better!