Okay, not that we don’t love the holidays, but admittedly, we’re pretty excited to see everything go green again and to be able to go outside without multiple layers on, so we’ve been doing some spring dreaming, so even on the darkest, coldest days, we’ll be busy planning what we want our future lawns and gardens to look like, because hey, a person can dream, can’t they? Luckily there are a ton of things you can be on the lookout for (or go ahead and ‘add to cart’) so that when spring rolls around you’ll be more than ready to throw on your best pair of overalls and get your hands dirty! Let’s take a look.
Old Man Tree Face
When we say we like a quirky backyard or garden space, we mean it. And this tree face really sets the tone, in the best possible way of course. This tree face is handmade and setting it up couldn’t be easier! Each feature comes complete with hooks on the back, all you have to do is nab some deck screws and you’re good to go. Do this to one tree or all of your trees to add a little character to your backyard. (Though we don’t suggest any house facing tree faces, that would not sit well with us..) Buy it here!
Praying Mantis Rain Gauge
Sure you could have a regular old rain gauge, OR you could have this praying mantis rain gauge that adds just a little whimsy to your yard or garden. This little guy is hand-fashioned out of copper and the gauge itself is removable. Buy it here!
Moon Solar Lights
One of our favorite things to add to our garden is lights, nothing too bright, but there’s something pretty magical about seeing twinkle lights that mimic lightning bugs. This solar light, once fully charged, will stay lit for approximately seven hours and is super easy to install; all you have to do is find the perfect spot for it and poke it into the ground. Buy it here!
Mushroom Solar Lights
Sorry not sorry for giving you yet another solar light option, because how adorable are these little mushrooms? These are great for your garden, backyard, or any kind of pathway you may need illuminated. These are super simple to set up, you just push them into the ground wherever you like and after about four or five hours of sunlight, the batteries will be fully charged and ready for their first use! Buy it here!