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  • Janelle Martin

    tipsy pots. no tutorial but it looks like you could put rebar in the ground and thread pots through the hole in the bottom, tip them different ways and fill with soil and plants. Don't have a clue where to buy the terra cotta teapot planter though.

  • Paulette Golden

    Teapot tumblers Gardening Made fun and beautiful. With clay pots this could easily fit in any organic herb garden.

  • Georgi Funderburk

    Stacked flower pots. like the tea pot on top!

  • Mary Jo Boak Madzia

    a photo of someone else's...Elizabeth O'Donnell I believe but Oh, I love that little tea pot!!! Wish I could find one. I have made two of these tipsy pot simple and so fun! I can hardly wait until spring so I can plant something in them.

  • Stephanie Meier

    Very interesting garden pot design for a small area herb garden maybe.

  • Terri Meche

    Cute Tipsy Pots garden idea

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