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DIY Garden Planter & Birds Bath

I shared yesterday that I was working on a diy garden project that was for the birds! Our Lowes Creative Ideas Network challenge this month was to create a diy bird feeder or birdbath. After Matt's f
  • Rhonda Campanella

    Topsy Turvey Planter: 6 clay pots including a large one for the base, paint if you want, rebar long enough to extend 1'-2' into the ground and up through bird bath, 1 "boob" ceiling light cover for said birdbath, ceramic bird, aquatic glue, soil and plants. Full tutorial included. Note: as with all clay pots do not leave them out in freezing weather. Any accumulated water will expand when frozen and crack the pot.

  • Monique Clemmer

    Garden Planter & Birds Bath - Ive done the topsy turvy with just the pots, but with the birdbath on top is cute!

  • Jodi

    DIY Garden Planter & Birds Bath - I love this idea for the front bed, but would have to go with different colors, or maybe glue gemstones or rocks to the pots and maybe not make it quite as tall. My biggest fear is getting anything to stay growing in the containers since they'll dry out so quickly. Might be a great spot for herbs if there's no bird bath at the top?

  • Samantha Cardoso

    Flower pot idea- I think I'm going to try this without the bird bath

  • Tiara Ferrell

    DIY Garden Planter & Birds Bath. I like that it has the bird bath. Wouldn't want to do a bird feeder - it'd get grass seeds in your plants.

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