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I love it.
@Jean Mayo - Bart add this to the list!!!
As a landscaper, this is a way cool idea for some of my clients.
Perfect for my country yard.....now I need to make a trip to the mountains.
love, love, LOVE
OMG! I love this, nice job.
What an awesome idea!
great idea i have many hollowed out logs
I may try this
@Jean Mayo - add this to Bart's honey do list!
I have the perfect place in my yard for this, will add this spring for sure.
Awesome-going to do this!
Im gonna try this come spring...
this would look good in my yard
should be able to do this one!!!
Wow, pretty cool
very pretty, think I could do this
Super cute idea!!!!
Oh I love this
My future son-in-law just made this for me, can't wait to plant in it!
Oh how I love this!
Love this idea!
Love the idea
i love this,but i would have to use fake flowers cause i suck at gardening
This is a great idea.... think we will try and work it in the yard this summer,, @ Jacie B. the idea is great with the Rosemary... it would be great for an annual spice garden.... thanks all!!
Love this idea for planting!!
Iv actually done this and it is truly beautiful!
What a beautiful planter!
Would the log need to be treated so it won't dry rot?
Wouldn't there be a lot of bugs in a hollowed out log? It's very pretty.
I don't think this planter is meant to live on and on. I will try CEDAR if I can find one in my woods!
You can buy an inexpensive drip system that hooks up to an outdoor faucet. I NEVER had beauiful outdoor plants until we installed the first drip system.
My hubby actually did this,,,
awesome...have to try and make myself one!!
I have old railroad ties laying around out back in my rock garden and I think I could do this with those...good ideas... thanks.
My log is coming tomorrow
Have done this. Two things to consider: as the log breaks down over time, it will leach nitrogen out of the soil, so you need to feed the plants occasionally. The log also drains very quickly and dries out, so make sure you check daily for enough moisture.
Check your railroad ties - some of them are known to be carcogenic because of the coating used on them.
simple but oh I love it...
blue, green and red in flower container
How pretty is this?
Tea pot || Flower pot.
rock planter garden -- very pretty
Beautiful use of a container