Welcome! I’m so glad you’re here.
Do you love gardening and giving beautiful gifts? Then I have the perfect project for you!
I’ve been bitten by the gardening bug this year. I have been enjoying getting my hands dirty and creating beautiful things with flowers. This Mother’s Day Flower Garden in a Basket quickly turned into a favorite project!
I love when an idea turns out how I hoped it would when I imagined it. What I love about this project is that it is easy to customize, it can be as big or small as you want and can include a variety of flowers.
For this project you’ll need:
- Favorite flowers
- Potting Soil
- Basket Liner
For my particular basket I collected some of my favorite flowers and an old Easter basket. The Easter basket was blue and that didn’t work for what I wanted, so I started by painting it white. I was happy that the basket liner fit well inside which helped make everything look nicely put together.
The reason I call this a Flower Garden in a Basket is because in a big enough basket you can place the plants inside the basket in their original container making it easy for the receiver of the basket to plant the flowers in their yard or into flower pots if they want to. For my basket I took the flowers out of their containers but kept them separated with additional potting soil which will still make them easy to remove from the basket if that is what is desired.
This basket contains the following flowers/plants:
- Cordyline Indivisa Spikes
- Trailing Petunia
- Red Nancy
- Bowles Cunningham Periwinkle
If they stay in the basket they’ll fill in beautifully and look fantastic on an outdoor table or on the porch. If they are taken out of the basket they’ll be a wonderful addition to the yard or another flower pot.
I can’t wait to put a few more of these together to give to some of the best Mother’s I know!
Here are a few breakfast recipes sure to make Mom smile when you make her breakfast in bed Mother’s Day morning!
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