We’re kicking off this year’s Outdoor Extravaganza with a Plants and Flowers link party. Come share your projects!
Yesterday, I shared my strawberry pot herb garden with you, which is a little different take on the way I usually grow these summer essential plants.
The other hosts of this outdoor series, Tiffany, Carmel, Dawn, and Barbara, have also been busy playing in the dirt. Check out all their inspiring projects!
Now it’s your turn!
Link up as many outdoor plants & flowers projects as you like- old and new. Your project will show up on all 5 blogs! Please include a backlink to this post, and be sure to take a look around and show some blog love. No items for sale please!
Plant & Flower Projects
Note: This link party is over. You can see some of the linked up projects on the Outdoor Extravaganza Board on Pinterest.
I’ll be sharing my top Plants & Flowers project picks over the next week on Facebook and Twitter, so watch for yours! Also, be sure to come back next Wednesday for the Outdoor Decorating Link Party!
See you soon,
Inspire Me Heather says
Thank you so much for hosting – I’m looking forward to checking out the links!
Sheila @sZinteriors says
Thank you for hosting again this year, Shauna! Do you know, it was the Outdoor Extravaganza party last year when we first ‘met’? Isn’t it amazing how quickly time flies! So happy to be joining in the fun again this year. :-)
Shauna Oberg says
I think it was just before that. I remember reading your sweet pea post. Yes, time flies! Thanks for stopping by and linking up again!
Kelly @ JAX does design says
I’d love to participate in your gardening blog party, but I don’t have anything pretty to share – still no annuals in the flowers beds and our grass is a disaster. Well, it’s beyond a disaster – it’s dead! But even though I don’t have a project to share, I’m going to check out the projects other bloggers have shared and get some ideas for when I can finally start planting and prettying things up :-)
Your strawberry pot herb garden is a great idea. My mom made a strawberry pot years ago in a ceramics class. I’m going to see if I can find it so I can plant some herbs in it :-) Thanks for the inspiration!
Shauna Oberg says
I’m really behind this year with the late snow and cooler spring weather. It seems like summer has finally hit, and now it’s catch up time. Enjoy your May long weekend!