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Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Add A Welcome To Sign To Your Yard!

Home gardens are on the rise. Home gardeners are turning more and more to growing their own food on their own land. This is the case even if you have just a small lot or area behind or adjacent to your home. You do not have to live in the soil rich Northwest to enjoy a plentiful garden where fresh vegetables and sometimes fruit can be plucked directly from your own land. As prices for vegetables rise, the luxury of buying organic produce becomes more and more difficult to swing on a budget. Home gardening has become not only a cost effective means of procuring robust vegetables but also allows the home gardener to indulge in a productive hobby that benefits in more than one way.

Many gardeners are also artists; the two passions often intertwine. Creating a garden that not only produces vegetables and a sense of creation and pride in eating well, but one that can also be a place of creativity involving the arts, is possible. For example, decorating the backyard and making it an inviting space for friends and family to lounge is an artistic project that will provide countless hours of relaxation and connection to others. Decorative and artistic stepping stones, bird feeders, stylistically designed and hung table umbrellas, and strung Christmas lights are just some of the simple projects you can work on that will artistically liven up and personalize your garden/backyard space.

A welcome sign for your home or garden is another excellent way to personalize your space. A welcome sign is a signal that friends are welcome. It also signifies your touch of artistry and your value for connection. There are numerous welcome signs that can be purchased to add that extra touch to your space. Think about what sort of message and feeling you want your sign to convey to all who pass. Find just the right yard and garden welcome sign to convey your welcoming message.

Overall, enjoy your garden and yard space. It is an extension of your inside home and an area you are sure to reap the benefits of for many seasons to come! So open your garden gates and welcome your friends and loved ones in.


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