Being in the garden this time of year is special. You get to witness everything blossom and take on colorful transformations. Sadly sometimes, the transformation of a garden involves having to cut down trees and bushes.
When you cut down trees you are often left with a tree stump. Some pull everything out of the ground, but if you are one of those who doesn't mind a bit of stump, then here's a cool idea; you can place a tray on the stump and create a small flowerbed.
We had a lilac bush, which was wildly over growing itself and everything around it, so we decided to cut it down and left the stem at about a 70-80 cm height.
Then we took a big metal tray, drilled a couple of holes in it and screwed it on to the stump. This gave me a place to arrange a beautiful little flowerbed that I can change throughout the summer. Looks super cozy and fresh.
Have a beautiful day!