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  • Micki Yamada

    I have a ton of old flower pots . . . could do this. (-: With little palm trees?? Must be something that doesn't need a lot of water, or close to a hose. Clay pot flower tower! :) (Feb. '12)

  • Denise Hart

    Neat herb garden idea - Potting Tree. Weave the pole through the watering hole in the bottom of each Terra Cotta pot. Fabulous.

  • Pinsanity

    Stack of Flower Pots Use a strong garden stake, or a piece of rebar from your home and garden store. Get several clay pots, the kind with the hole in the center of the bottom. Start at ground level with the biggest pot. Tilt it until the side touches the stake. Repeat tilting opposite way every other pot. Fill pots with soil and your favorite plants! *Update: Best to use rebar – (for strength) and hammer it into the ground- you don’t want your pots leaning or falling over.*

  • Alison Sandland

    Terracotta pots slid over a planting pole.

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