A relaxing activity like gardening will be much more exciting in a garden landscape that’s convenient yet still beautiful. With that being said, paying close attention to every detail and corner of the garden is a priority. If you fancy a change among your plants’ collection, you can try surprising addition of pots garden ideas that’ll serve not only flowers but also a gorgeous landscape. You can use these ideas below to replace boring or old ones for a change, using every day (unused) items as the pot alternative. Yes, we’re talking no such thing about purchasing new pots or plant containers!
1. Pocketed Plants: Garden
Make pockets with flowers and sturdy plants by hanging them on a wall or fence. If you don’t want to sew or glue everything together, just take your old toiletries before filling them with a fresh, colored mixture.
2. Birdbath Planter: Euphorbia
No birds coming to take their designated bath? Don’t leave your birdbath unattended! You can throw in pebbles to create the dessert-influenced birdbath planter as well as add more moisture to the soil later. After that, plant frilly euphorbia with wispy leaves.
3. Cardboard Planter: a green plant
Get your name written on the ground through the use of this unusual cardboard planter. By re-making a sturdy paperboard, you can fill the hollow section with soil and add beautiful colorful flowers. They are a pleasant addition!
4. Tire Planter: Coral Bells
Repurpose old or deflated tires in the garden for some vibrant accents or pops of color to the outdoor garden landscapes. Complement the fun project of creating tire planter by growing frothy coral bells that certainly gives off the elegant vibe found nowhere else.
a garden with colorful flowers with used tire pots.
Backyard garden decorations with colorful used tires.
A used tires used as pots of coral bells in the backyard.
A coral bells with beautiful flowers installed in colorful used tires.
5. Wine Barrel Planter: Begonia
Another straightforward and low-maintenance planter option is by re-using wine barrels to house several hardy and versatile flowers of begonia. Wine barrel planter idea will work for small garden space, and they’re also readily available for purchase if you don’t have any unused wine barrels at home. Do note that you can’t let begonia get too wet.
Aren’t all the flowers and their containers cute? You can mix them up if you want, and hopefully, these pots garden ideas can bring a fresh vibe to your garden!