24 Creative Garden Container Ideas (with pictures)

24 Creative Garden Container Ideas (with pictures)

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Terra-cotta pots make great bird feeders, just follow the instructions provided by The Garden Frog Boutique to make your own. Description from en.paperblog.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Terra-cotta pots make great bird feeders, just follow the instructions provided by The Garden Frog Boutique to make your own. Description from en.paperblog.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Mini Bird Bath is hand made with wonderful attention to detail. Attract…

Classic Mini Bird Bath and Planter

Old glass sconce globe, a cheap $1 solar light (stake removed), some wire and a shepherds hook.  Easy and cheap landscape lighting.

Old glass sconce globe, a cheap $1 solar light (stake removed), some wire and a shepherds hook. Easy and cheap landscape lighting.

Flower pot/ bird bath. I've wanted a combo for years but just can't spend the money they sell for.  Love, love, love it!  Thinking about making 2 & turning one into a butterfly feeder for my little girl!

Flower pot/ bird bath. I've wanted a combo for years but just can't spend the money they sell for. Love, love, love it! Thinking about making 2 & turning one into a butterfly feeder for my little girl!

How to turn an old chair into a planter box... http://shizzle-design.com/2011/10/ill-never-forget-phone-call.html

How to turn an old chair into a planter box... http://shizzle-design.com/2011/10/ill-never-forget-phone-call.html

1. Cut an orange in half and remove the orange from the skin. A grapefruit spoon/knife works great. -   2. After eating the orange poke two holes in orange peel and string yarn through the holes. -   3. Fill orange with birdseed. Top off with peanut butter. -   4. Hang from tree for an easy feeder that birds will love.

1. Cut an orange in half and remove the orange from the skin. A grapefruit spoon/knife works great. - 2. After eating the orange poke two holes in orange peel and string yarn through the holes. - 3. Fill orange with birdseed. Top off with peanut butter. - 4. Hang from tree for an easy feeder that birds will love.

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