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Flowers for hair! Head Planters- creepy in a group, perfectly unexpected in a secret little corner.
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Cranium Garden: Not exactly upcycled, but certainly unique these heads planters are bound to elicit smiles and admiration. 37 Upcycled Container Garden Ideas | Made + Remade
So sorry, I did not mean to upset any one, was asked where I got mine and I stated I got mine in Georgia, I did not send to another site, just where I bought my ones. June.
Thank you Catherine, I was just telling where I bought my heads, I was just being helpful so I thought. I did not mean to upset any one. Thank you for your response. June.
Andrea, you could try and see if they have a web site and may be you will be lucky and get a head One, Two or three. Wish you luck. June.
Thank you June!
Thanks everyone else!
This pretty little duo would make a wonderful accompaniment to a dainty afternoon tea in the garden.
A colander can be a great planter, as it already had drainage holes. #diynetwork
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aqua pot with purple-pink
terracotta and topiary, unknown location by iandjbannerman, via Flickr
Aechmea 'Dean' with Dichondra 'Silver Falls' at Chanticleer Garden
If I could get a statue like this with a space or hole to plant a vine (even if I drill my own) this would be an interesting feature in the garden just to watch the 'hair' grow!
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Chair Planter . I have done this but not with such a sturdy chair.
Steps across a shallow pond hidden in your garden
Perky pansie and creeping jenny for a sure thing/low maintenance container in the backyard. Think they need sun
Urns make everything look great. Potato vine has been a great foliage accent for years now, for good reason. Some indoor English Ivy brings a whole new shape to the pot, and Dahlias, Callas, or Cannas can make great centerpieces.