How to Build a Backyard Playhouse | The Garden Glove ~ Maybe your kids have been trapped inside during a long winter, or perhaps you have already run out of ways to tell them to “go play outside” in the summer, but we have got a really cool solution for keeping the kids busy outdoors. These DIY playhouses take kids outside in all but the worst weather and help them foster their sense of imagination and play. And hey, who wouldn’t want a place like this to themselves? [...]
I love the spiky plants and maroon colors! Plants like century plant (Agave americana, Zones 9–11) make the perfect centerpiece, especially when joined by a grouping of smaller spikes like variegated Spanish dagger (Yucca gloriosa ‘Variegata’, Zones 7–11).
The natural instinct of a chicken is to explore its world for every tasty grub and insect it can find to swallow. Their greatest pleasure comes from shuffling around in the dirt, scratching up plant roots and delicous worms to eat.