Gardening Themes

Animal Garden - Add plants with animal names such as Butterfly Palm, Crocodile Fern, and Spider Plant to give your garden a wild theme.

Butterfly Garden - Include plants that attract butterflies to your garden, like Phlox, Coneflower, Lantana, Bluestar, Blazing Star Flowers, and Heliotrope.

Cat & Dog Garden - Keep our four-legged friends safe in the garden by planting the following Aster, Camellia, Fuchsia, Coral Bells, Bee Balm, Sun Flowers, and Snap Dragons.

Fairy Garden - Even fairies need a garden. Try planting a variety of tiny pumpkins and baby carrots. If flowers are more your fairy's style try planting tiny flowers such as Baby's Breath, Fairy Foxglove, and Forget-me-nots.

Giant Garden - There are plants that can grow to be fit for a giant! Try planting things such as sunflowers that can grow up 10ft tall, elephant ears bulbs (that you guessed it can grow up to the size of an elephant's ear), and gourds (pumpkins, squash, etc.) that can grow to weigh hundreds of pounds!

Healing Garden - Put together a garden using plants with healing properties such as Lavender, Chamomile, Echinacea, Ginger, Passion Flower, and more!

Name Garden - Make a garden using plants with the letters in your name. Remember to be creative and make a garden as grand as you are!

Pizza Garden - Make a garden using ingredients you'd find in a pizza. This would include Tomatoes, Basil, and Thyme. Don't forget the toppings! Try planting Jalapenos, Banana Peppers, and mushrooms.

Pollinator Garden - Let's not forget our pollinator friends like the Bees, Butterflies, and Birds! Use plants such as Joe Pyes, goldenrods, and milkweeds, to attract the most diversity of pollinators!

Rainbow Garden - Plant a garden using the colors of the rainbow! Try using a mix of plants to make up your rainbow garden; red-Tomatoes, orange-Bell Peppers, yellow-Chamomile, green-Aloe Vera, blue-Blue Berries, indigo-Lavender, violet-Eggplant.

Salsa Garden - Make a spicy garden using a mix of Peppers, Onions, Tomatoes, Cilantro, and Garlic.

Salad Garden - Grow all the ingredients you'd find in a tasty salad, like Lettuce, Spinach, Carrots, Radish, Cucumbers, Onions, and Celery.

Tea Garden - Try planting a mix of Mint, Passion Flower, Rose Hips, Echinacea, Lemon Balm, Sage, Chamomile, and other plants to make up the perfect cup of tea!

Ways to Keep Your Garden  

Pocket Planters Garden - A pocket planter garden offers an easy, affordable way to move your garden at will. There are a variety of pocket planters to choose from in order to maximize your gardening space.

Roof Garden - A roof garden is a garden found on the top of a building. Roof gardens are used to maximize the space one has to make a garden and can help temperature control, and wildlife.

Terrarium Garden - A terrarium garden can be made in just about any glass container. Using a mix of tiny plants you can transform your tiny garden into something that is out of this world!