A slab of stone and a few overturned flowerpots make a table that blends into the garden so well, it almost looks like something you unearthed while turning the soil. The top is a piece of marble, but slate -- or even an old wooden door -- would work just as well: Simply place it on top of four large upside-down terra-cotta flowerpots.

pallet vertical garden with clay pots

Potting table...Want one.

Garden bench..

Planters made of tomato stands. One method to create elevated heights for potted plants in garden beds.

pretty

Stone garden table

Salad Table

love the containers

Semi-tutorial... Would be awesome down the center of a table, or on a coffee table.... love http://blog.happilyeverborrowed.com/

herb table..

#topiary

Constructed this from an old door, half a table and the metal part of a rack. It makes a nice accent in the corner of our yard between two flower beds.

Jackson Durham

Cottage screen door & up-cycled paint can pots <3

I need to remember this for next year when planting my patio pots!

Tower of Herbs by Martha Stewart : You don't need a lot of space to enjoy fresh herbs! #Herbs #Martha_Stewart #Tiered_Herb_Garden

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My fiancé's mother taught me all about this rule when building my pots... It really makes my pots look awesome.

This is wonderful; I’m going to plant a garden next year, and I have an old door down in the barn I’m going to do this with. Thanks for the lovely idea.

Topiaries