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  • Chantale

    Habashing Garden Container Hats - Hats Off Give tired or tattered old hats new life as a hanging garden. Baseball hats make instant pot covers: Simply open the sizing tabs in back, slip the opening around the base of the plant and snap the tabs closed again. On straw, felt or fabric hats, cut a hole into the front or top and gently feed the plant stems through the hole.

  • Belinda Double

    Hat Flower Pots

  • Kathleen Espejo

    30 Fascinating Low-Budget DIY Garden Pots. Love the garden hats

  • Debbie A.

    Upcycled Container Gardens, Planters and Vases: Give old hats new life as hanging gardens. Baseball hats make instant pot covers: Simply open the sizing tabs in back, slip the opening around the base of the plant and snap the tabs closed again. On straw, felt or fabric hats, cut a hole into the front or top and gently feed the plant stems through the hole. Design by Nancy Ondra. From DIYnetwork.com @Annette Howard Engols

  • Terri Haynal

    creative planters | Creative And Unusual Flower Pots And Planters12

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Plant tulip bulbs in November then forget about them until the following Spring. After they've flowered allow them to dry out, lift them shaking off any excess soil and store in a paper bag in a dry, dark place. Plant them again the following Autumn. This way bulbs can last years!

Lovely urn planted with various foliage and surrounded by ferns. Perfect for a secluded shady area.

Do this in front yard. Potager - Kitchen garden at Bolen residence. LOVE the use of the large pots to control the amount of water or nutrients herbs need as opposed to the vegetables! "This raised-bed kitchen garden was absolutely stunning and made great use of a narrow space that was formerly used as a dog enclosure. The space was designed by John Fluitt, an Oklahoma landscape designer."

perfect for front entry