This post is sponsored by The Home Depot.
It seems spring is finally here and we’ve had a good combination of rain and sun. While I’m not a big fan of rain, our garden is and that’s why I’m excited to write this series of sponsored posts about Kora & Logan’s homemade herb planter. You may remember that at the beginning of April I started chronicling the progress of this herb planter. Here’s a quick look back through the series.
The first post revealed that we were looking forward to once again planting our side garden this year. We discovered a few years ago that our neighbor’s brick wall gives off heat and turns our little side garden into a greenhouse allowing it to do really well without a lot of maintenance.
In the next post I revealed the inspiration behind the herb planter – The Home Depot Kids Workshops which take place the first Saturday of every month. At the May workshop Kora & Logan built mini planters. After the workshop Dave and the kids picked up supplies and seeds to build a large leaning tower herb planter.
Over the past few weeks, the kids have been ready with a watering can to keep their herb planter properly hydrated. Even so it takes seeds time to grow. I posted an update last week showing that we added in a few flowers and additional small herbs to the planter to give it a little color and to keep the kids excited. It turned out beautifully.
Kora & Logan are very excited to see that their planter has done so well. They’ve really enjoyed helping garden this year and are always asking what they can do next. They even helped Dave plant a few of the flowers in the side garden which is turning out to be very cute!
We’ve been so inspired by this project that we’ve been working hard on our other gardens as well. One of our front gardens that we started from scratch is really coming along and we are very pleased with its progress. We’ve had a great time gardening together as a family this spring and are looking forward to continue to tend to the kids’ herb planter as well as give our other two front gardens a makeover.
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