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Keep it simple and make a statement outdoors. Layer pots planted with single plants in various hues and textures

tiny tea cup in garden ~ How clever, two of my favorite things combined, might have to do this in one of my glass teapots! Splendid idea for terrarium!

This idea is doubly useful: it provides a great pot for herbs while also using the cute tea tins I never know what to do with.

Grey walls in the garden, helps the green to really pop!

teapot planter with ivy-leaved toadflax

#homesfornature - love this planter :-) would be great to paint clay pats and set among red plants

I want flowers in my house! Coming out of everything@ Including teapots!

garden space close to the house with gravel and big containers...good idea for herbs close to the kitchen, too

Jonathan Adler 'Utopia Darjeeling' Teapot - A whimsically detailed elephant cast in glazed stoneware makes a clever teapot. Approx. height: 9" with lid. Approx. length: 11". Glazed stoneware. By Jonathan Adler; imported.

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.

LOVE this color green and the purple vincas really compliment it. I love purple and green (the lighter, brighter shades) together...