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I'm loving this idea (minus the bird bath) for our herb garden. I'm thinking of painting the pots the color we are painting the kitchen so it all ties in.

I love how mine turned out (not pictured) but words for the wise if you try this, don't add the potting soil in the 6" pots until after you've transferred your flowers to the pots.

Birdbath Planter: 1-8″ terracotta pot for the base; 4-6″ pots; 1-4″ pot to place above the base; 62 inch piece of rebar; Plastic bowl. Spray paint of your choosing (Valspar is the one used in this pic.).

Paint pots in whimsical colors and def only use in shaded are w shade loving plants if u live in a hot area! Those pots dry out super fast (even when painted) and the water would just spill out of the top. Could seal the inside w paint and spray sealer. Use water gel mixed w soil to hold in moisture.

This planter bench would look nice if stained. Idea...Size the bench to the same dimentions as an outdoor lounge cushion. Use two cushions... one for the seat and another for the back when bench is used against a wall as shown.

Topsy-Turvy Bird Bath The actual how to, not just the tiny jpg that you can't even read.

DIY Stone planter, galvanized bucket, planter, gardening

Private garden, Sussex. Lysimachia nummularia 'Aurea' in terra cotta urn.

I totally want this in my garden! its a planter made of cinderblocks stacked against the wall in a very unique way.

It's Written on the Wall: Tips and Tricks - Home Sweet Home Pots at front door.