Summer is just around the corner and with it comes some fun in the sun! Don’t stay cooped up inside during the heat… here are some fun ideas to get you off the couch, out of the house, and outside to enjoy your lovely lawn:
Miniature figures, itsy bitsy creatures, and tiny furniture allow you to create a mini world within your own. You can make your own fairy garden if you use your imagination! Great for kids and adults alike. Find out more HERE!
Whether the fairy garden is in the yard or on the porch, it will inspire your imagination and creativity to bloom!
Slip and Slide Kickball –
Great for outdoor gatherings while maintaining social distancing, Slip and Slide Kickball is perfect for a large yard… you’ll just need a ball, a hose, some plastic sheeting, and 4 soft kiddie pools for the bases! Make sure you bring some refreshing beverages to drink while you slide/run around.
Everyone loves the table top game of Jenga where you pull wooden bricks and stack them as high as possible until the whole thing topples. But have you ever played GIANT Jenga?! All you need is some 2×4 wood boards, a few tools, and a little TLC to create your own yard game! Learn more HERE.
Pollinators keep our plants (and planet) healthy… invite them into your yard by planting a few of these popular perennial pollinator plants. Keep these a little further away from play areas to avoid accidental bee stings!
Your yard is meant to be enjoyed… hopefully some of these tips have inspired you to get out and feel the grass beneath your feet this summer! And if you need to get your lawn looking luscious and ready for bare toes, contact us below!
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