Fairy tale like gardens can be nestled into upcycled water fountains. Make sure that the arrangement fits the scale of the fountain for an extraordinary result.
1. BHG 2. Rancho Reubidoux 3. bc living
#6. Old Sink Planters
This craft proves that pretty much anything can be used as a planter and even more ideas will follow to confirm it. Be creative and plant as much greenery as possible around you.
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#7. Vintage Strainer Planters
The vintage colors are top notch but every color scheme can work perfectly as these recipients are already wearing the drainage holes.
With a chisel and hammer you can return a piece of nature back to its origins. New plants sheltered by a tree stump. Perfectly natural and insanely beautiful.
1. Pinterest 2. Interior Holic 3. Houzz
#9. Natural Rock Planters
Rocks are ideal for any plants but succulents are really emphasizing the austere beauty of this natural element.
1. Unknown 2. PFPlants 3. Cactus Pad
#10. Wheel Barrow Planters
You can plant a sensible collection of flowers in a wheelbarrow, besides the obvious graphic aesthetic values you will get to protect your sensible plants with ease thanks to its mobility.
1. iVillage 2. Bob Vila 3. The Seasonal Home
#11. Vintage Looking Toy Truck Planters
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#12. Beautiful Birdcage Planters
Regardless of size and model birdcages will go insanely well in any decor. Accessorize it in a beautiful manner.
1. Cottage Market 2. Brides of Adelaide 3. Enchanted Cottage
#13. Old Paint Can Planters
Most paint cans have ideal sizes and they can become quite graphic if you remove their label. Drill a few holes to ensure proper drainage and you are good to go.
1. RePlayGround 2. Thea’s Mania 3. HGTV
#14. Tin Can Planters
Tin cans are always in our trash can in big numbers. Start recycling them creatively in beautiful flower pots.
Source & Instructions: Dos Family
#15. Graphic Vintage Chandelier Planters
Superb idea for cascade flowers on your patio. Craft away!
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#16. Cinder Block Planters
Remaining cinder blocks stacked can become ideal flower planters thanks to their compartments, get creative and generate an interesting volume in your composition, a volume ready to wear green clothes.
1. Bob Vila 3. Pinterest
#17. Vertical Greenery Through Repurposed Shoe Holder
Old shoe holders can become your new vertical garden. What`s stopping you?
1. instructables 2. Good Housekeeping 3. B&H
#18. Shabby Chic Chair Planters
Remove the seat and you have a new planter. An extremely graphic and original new planter.
1. Unknown 2. Seattle Times 3. Debra Prinzing
#19. Books Sheltering Small Plants
An old bike filled with flowers by a side-table accompanied by two armchairs with green vegetable cushions. A few book flower pots on the table. Perfect scenario.
Source & Instructions: Apartment Therapy
#20. Milk Carton Planters
Milk carton recipients are quite strong and can become ideal centerpieces if you decorate them beautifully.
Source & Instructions: Camilla Fabbri
#21.Tool Box Planters
With layered levels you can create a beautiful effect of greenery. Be creative and place the in key points in your backyard.
1. Making Art 2. Curbshopaholic 3. Unknown
#22. Small Shell Planters
Small yet creative. Small shells can become ideal centerpieces in any decor. Succulents will fit nicely.
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#23. Boat Planters
A boatload of flowers can really be something. If you have room to install a boat in your backyard and more importantly if you have an old boat to install in your backyard the ideas is definitely worth considering. Pictures do speak for theirself.
1. tumblr 2. flickr 3. SPL 4. HGTV
#24. Plantation Shutter Planters
Simple method to enhance vertical space beautifully or create privacy screens in your backyard whilst refreshing your air and view with greenery.
1. Utah Garden Blogs 2. Indulgy 3. Lila B