Make your yard bloom this Spring with these creative and beautiful flower garden ideas. From planter ideas to flower bed ideas, there are plenty of garden design ideas for inspiration.
Warm weather is finally here, and that means it’s time to start thinking about your garden! Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a beginner, we’ve got some ideas to help you get inspired. From colorful flower beds to creative container gardens, there’s something for everyone. So get outside and start planning your dream garden today!
Early spring to early summer is the best time to plant your gardens. Daffodils and tulips are popular flowers that are perfect for spring. Tulips bulbs come in a large variety of colors and kinds, which makes it easy to fit them into any flower garden design you have planned for your yard or home. These landscape ideas will give you so many different color combinations such as yellow, pink, purple, and more!
You will find ideas for your porch, patio, deck, backyard, front yard, and much more to choose from. Whether you are looking for design ideas for small spaces or large spaces, there are tons of ideas for inspiration regardless of the layout you choose.
If you’ve never had a garden before, it can be challenging to know where to start or how to make your own! Read on for some great beginner’s tips for creating your own.
Planning Your Flower Garden Ideas
Before you buy your flowers, you will need to know several things. First and foremost, you will need to know your zone, which you can find using this USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map. This map will tell you which plants will grow in your area. It will help you determine which annuals and perennials to pick out because they will vary depending on the zone. After you have determined your zone, search for your zone’s plant list and pick your flowers, plants, and shrubs based on what grows well in your area.
When considering your garden design, you will need to keep in mind several factors based on the type of flowers that you choose. If they are all going in the same area, then they should have the same sun requirements. Shade is considered 3 or fewer hours of light, partial sun is 3-6 hours and full sun is 6 or more hours. These factors will determine what type of garden layout or design you choose.
You will need to consider the soil type also. You can get a soil testing kit to find out which plants work best in your type of soil. Another thing you will need to think about is how much time and money you want to put into your garden. Factor in a budget for the design and the cost of caring for your plants. You will need to maintain your plants according to their label (I also highly recommend plant food). Container gardens are a great way to try out gardening without investing too much time or money.
Don’t forget to check your labels for sizes to determine the appropriate distance to space your plants apart from each other and anything else surrounding it.
The best garden designs utilize different shapes, layers, textures, and color scheme ideas to give depth and add interest. They should complement each other and balance out the entire garden.
Container Gardening Ideas
Chandelier Planter from DIY Show Off
Hanging Galvanized Tub Flower Garden Idea (source unknown)
Overflowing Wine Barrel Planter from Greyt Paper Crafts
Topsy Turvy Terra Cotta Pots from We Heart This
Old Tire Planter from Addicted 2 DIY
DIY Recycled Barrel Planter from Goods Home Design
DIY $8 Front Porch Planter from Home Heart and Hands
Upcycled Rainbow Pallet Planter from Hello Creative Family
Pallet Garden Box from House by Hoff
Window Garden Box from Paradise Perspectives
$20 Cedar Vertical Tiered Ladder Planter from Ana White
Crate Display Flower Garden Idea (source unknown)
$10 Cedar Tiered Flower Planter from Ana White
Upcycled Wagon Wheel from Urban Gardens NYC
$10 DIY Tiered Planter from Anika’s DIY Life
Hanging Colander from Sadie Seasongoods
$20 Window Garden Box (Video Tutorial) from The Rehab Life
Swinging Tire Planter from DIY Showoff
Rain Boot Garden from The Chic Site
Upcycled Old Drawers from My Repurposed Life
House Numbers on Pots from DIY Showoff
Polka Dotted Tiered Pots from Positively Splendid
Colorful Tire Flower Garden Idea (source unknown)
DIY Address Post from Hello Farmhouse
DIY Monogrammed Vertical Planter from Remodelaholic
Summer Tiered Planter from House by Hoff
Stenciled Cinder Block from Club Chica Circle
Tea Cup Tire Planter (source unknown)
Mosaic Pots from Cut Out and Keep
Mums in a Wheel Barrow from The Seasonal Home
Umbrella Flower Planter from Good Home Design
Planted Tulip Pots from The Sequin Home
Pallet Vertical Garden from 2 Moms and a Startup
Tricycle Planter from Judy Sturman
Repurposed Chair Planter from Seattle Times
Other Flower Garden Ideas
Tree Ring (source unknown)
Mailbox Makeover from Flower Beds and Garden
Tree Stump Idea (source unknown)
Brick Edging Flower Bed Idea from Gardeen World
Whimsical Teacup Tiered Garden with a Fountain (source unknown)
Colorful Flower Tree Ring
Checkered Flower and Pavers
Corner Flower Garden Idea
Side of House Garden from Love of Family and Home
Whimsical Lighted Flower Pot
Spilled Flower Pot from InteriorHolic
Spilling Flower Pot
Tipped Over Flower Pot
Circular Flower Bed with Rock Border
Flower Garden Idea Along Fence
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Looking for more gardening ideas? Be sure to check out all my garden posts, which include DIY garden projects, garden decor ideas, landscaping, front and backyard ideas, and much more!
Love the re-purposed chair planter! I can’t believe it but I have just given a chair like that to the charity shop as I had no use for it!
I have 2 chair anters,love them.
Lesley Canady says
I’ve done some just this style, loved it! I also repurposed an weathered , with damage that was unrepairable, white whicker set . Turned out really well, I love this style of gardening!!!