TGIDIYFriday – Chalkboard Garden Signs

Happy Friday friends!

It’s June. Can you believe it? Summer is in the air and us Oregonians have ants in our pants to see some sunshine! In between downpours, we’ve been busy sprucing up our garden and planting herbs and tomatoes and lettuce and such.

No garden is complete without handy garden tags, and today I get to show you how to make them on your own for dirt cheap. Hop on over to hi, friend to read the super easy step-by-step DIY instructions and read more about this installment of TGIDIYFriday!


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Nothing beats fresh veggies and herbs from your own garden, does it? My personal favorite? Lettuce, hands down. Cheers to the weekend and a wonderful month of sunshine (fingers-crossed!).

P.S. For anyone out there who lives in a somewhat cold and rainy climate, any tips on how to successfully grow cilantro? I’ve already killed three plants. Help!

4 thoughts on “TGIDIYFriday – Chalkboard Garden Signs

  1. Julie Said:

    Chalkboard signs may not be good if your garden gets rain or is watered ;) Maybe a permanent marker would work better.

  2. Lila Said:

    I have sadly had all of my cilantro die as well, but I hear that it really helps to grow it right next to basil or in the middle of wild flowers. The other plant helps support the flimsy cilantro so it doesn’t just lie down and die… I’m going to try it soon. I’ll try to remember to tell you how it goes.

  3. Lila Said:

    Love the mini chalkboard signs by the way. Adorable, affordable, and functional. Love it.

  4. Molly Said:

    I’ve never had luck with growing cilantro in the ground or in pots. Finicky suckers!


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