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Driftwood planter. Or use a mesquite log and some TEXAS native plants.
A hollowed out tree limb as a planter. What a great idea! You'll have a great looking flower pot, it'll add interest to the garden and you're recycling a downed tree limb too! What a great idea! ~I have the PERFECT tree trunk in mind, I just have to find a way to get it out of the woods. hmmmmm....
Succulent tree trunk I love all the plants on this website. They are all beautiful.. I ;pve all the succulent plants.. I am about to start my own garden.
old log succulent planter idea
log planted hens and chicks
I could use this on the pirate ship log once it decays a bit more! Love this garden idea
Nothing better than an old tool box filled with succulents!
vintage bath tub planter amazing…project for the upcoming long weekend maybe?!!!
Keep it simple and make a statement outdoors. Layer pots planted with single plants in various hues and textures
succulents as edging
Lovely urn planted with various foliage and surrounded by ferns. Perfect for a secluded shady area.
Chair Planter . I have done this but not with such a sturdy chair.
I purchased some of these today... how I wish I had enough to make this! ♥
Driftwood Succulents...instead of on stands, lay in the middle of the table for an elongated tablescape.
front porch planter purple black chartreuse green
summer planter - I think the light & dark leaves add interest, and I've always loved the pink/purple combo.