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I need to do this with our old bird bath!- Succulent container gardens can transform bland outdoor spaces into inviting living areas. In turn, the plants benefit from warmth radiated by your homes walls and hardscape and require little water or upkeep.

Use bottle as a flower pot! Or even a flower bed. The fact is, this can only be done with a big glass container, while a bottle is a bit too thin. Or you can cut it up in half, and make glass-like small, transparent flower pots, bringing raw nature into your home.

35 DIY Wine Bottles

DIY Indoor Gardens from Urban Gardening. Greenery is important. A calming and good-feeling environment can easily be created by adding some plant-life to your living spaces.

Water garden....cute!

Indoor Tabletop Water Garden - such tiny water plants as would work in here might also make a tiny pond in a fairy garden

DIY: Framed vertical succulent garden

Make a Living Succulent Picture

DIY: Framed vertical succulent garden (instead of using a frame, use the wire on the ground in the garden)

How To Plant Succulents in Containers - been wanting to do this for a while!

How To Plant Succulents in Containers

Planting Succulent Containers: Step One - How To Plant Succulents in Containers - Southern Living

Artistic  Hens and Chicks around a garden wall plaque-this would be wonderful tucked into garden.

Artistic Hens and Chicks

garden head with hen and chicks 35 Indoor And Outdoor Succulent Garden Ideas - plants that might have a chance on my patio outdoor

Succulents in a vintage bowl and pitcher

Succulent Art at Succulent Cafe Oceanside via Needles + Leaves. I love this and have a pitcher bowl to use!

Repurposing materials in the garden is a great way to add budget-friendly accents to a cottage landscape. Think beyond a container's initial purpose and see what it can be used for. If a water fountain no longer retains water, fill it with soil for a cascading display of succulents, sedums, and other plants.

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Repurposing materials in the garden for cottage landscape. Water fountain or bird bath and stacked pots, cascading display of succulents