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Share 	Tweet 	Pin 	Mail  The Six-Frame Hanging Planter Frame.  I came across a new product, Planter Frames, when visiting the Northwest Flower and Garden Show in Seattle last month. The free standing wood planters are handcrafted by Pacific Northwest … Read More...

The Six-Frame Hanging Planter Frame. I came across a new product, Planter Frames, when visiting the Northwest Flower and Garden Show in Seattle last month. The free standing wood planters are hand.

Solar Powered Pots That Will Brighten Up Your Garden

We can enjoy those beautiful plants in the garden in a bright sunny morning. But if you want your plants to look more attractive, the color changing solar power

Spruce up either your home either indoors or outdoors with these Easy DIY Succulent Planters you can make on a frugal budget.

Easy DIY Succulent Planters

project: next-level DIY magnets. Cork Planter Magnets: Succulents are everything and these adorable planters are easy to make. Also, we know you have plenty of wine corks lying around. Don't even lie. Get the how-to VIA

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This article is about re-purposed garden planters. It includes a wide variety of ideas for both indoor and outdoor gardens. There are ideas for both items to use as is and items to craft into planters.

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A great set of pictures of backyard ideas. I especially love this old recycled tea kettle tea pot spoons forks knives utensils windchime and the watering can fountain idea.

Rooftop Container Gardening    Look at all of the items being reused as planters on this rooftop container garden - wine boxes, infant carriers, picnic baskets, guitars and more. What things do you have waiting to be re-purposed around your home

Roof top garden - Old Dresser Drawers as planters creates a pleasantly dull bit of interest. Such a great idea. We just moved into a townhouse with a large roof top…this is perfect!

Vertical Succulent Garden

Turn Plants Into Art With This DIY Vertical Garden

Save this DIY tutorial for a vertical succulent wall garden for a cute piece of home decor or a unique gift.

Add 1 tsp. of liquid food coloring to 1 cup of water. Drizzle the colored water onto the soil surrounding the base of a plant. Wait 24 hours for the water to absorb. Apply another identical dose if the color change was not sufficient.

add 1 tsp of liquid food coloring to 1 cup of water, drizzle the colored water onto the soil surrounding the base of a plant and wait 24 hours for the water to absorb, apply another identical dose if the color change was not sufficient

great garden ideas

old dresser turned succulent garden. - I don't usually like this kind of thing, but the space saving feature of the 3 tiers has me really intrigued. Now I just need an old dresser.

9 Shutter Upcycling Projects Sure to Make Your Home Stunning

9 Shutter Upcycling Projects Sure to Make Your Home Stunning

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