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Cute for my front porch. Can you see it with silks for Christmas? A red chair - cute gingham or burlap bow? Check!!

Turn a vintage chair into an inviting moveable planter. At left, an old chair brimming with blooms is right at home on this welcoming porch. Choose plants that complement each other and your chair, and don't be afraid to mix colors or add a houseplant.

Summer/redgeranlu.jpg. This site has lots of pics of planters

Old boots, either painted or not, make great little planters. My kids toy dump trucks have succulents planted in them.

Nina's Tea Kettle Fountain by Pandorea..., via Flickr

You can create a lush, beautiful garden in any container that holds soil, but lets excess water drain. Add country or cottage charm to your landscape with planters made from antique bread boxes.

Self-watering planter made from recycled bottles. (I'd want to try this with a 2-liter plastic bottle, and cut the top off, so I could get the root system out intact for transplants.)

old shutters - love this idea for hanging pots or using as a trellis.

If you have an interest in going vertical with your greenery, you could whip up this tiered hanging planter in a day. You just need a tiny bit of scrap wood, some rope and a few basic woodworking tools.