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How to Make A Terra Cotta Pot Flower Tower with Annuals

Create a stunning flower tower for your garden using simple terra cotta pots. It's easy to make, and makes an extremely beautiful piece for any part of your landscape.
  • Cindy Miller

    Terra Cotta Flowerpot Tower......cute idea.

  • Catherine Hopkins

    Stack of old clay flower pots add colorful flowers for front porch cottage style garden home decor; Upcycle, Recycle, Salvage, diy, thrift, flea, repurpose! For vintage ideas and goods shop at Estate ReSale ReDesign, Bonita Springs, FL

  • Jamey Cassidy

    Great Idea I have lots of odd sizes of Clay pots! How to Make A Terra Cotta Pot Flower Tower with Annuals

  • Emily

    Space Saving Garden Idea: How to Make A Terra Cotta Pot Flower Tower with Annuals

  • Ms Maine

    A great tip for the garden, just stack your terracotta pots for an amazing look. Terra Cotta Pot Flower Tower...

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A terra cotta flower tower - this could probably be done with herbs and such too, so simple!!

Terra Cotta Pot Flower Tower with Annuals Really want to do this and add to front porch. Great base idea can always change the flowers u put in!

aqua pot with purple-pink

  • Maudeen Chapman

    Jackie how kind of you to respond. I am a retired Antique dealer from Pennsylvania and now live in Phoenix, Az. Travel the country in the summer in a 40ft. R.V. I was married to a Toy designer that worked for Hubley Mfg. Co. that has been out of business for thirty years. He died 25 years ago, I remarried 13 years ago to a retired Air Force Officer. I noticed that you are behind a wheel of a large boat. What kind of boat? My husband did own a sail boat before we married. Your life sounds very exciting and it is great talking with you.I gave my husband an old ships wheel off a l943 46ft. Stevens power boat. He is proud of it...

  • Jackie Elliott

    Maudeen, I have my whole life gravitated to nice people....and you definitely are one. We really have a lot in common for the little we have conversed here. I don't want to "hijack" this post any longer, but I would like to talk with you some more? Are you on facebook? I will check I hate to display my e-mail, but I will if I don't find you on facebook.

  • Jackie Elliott

    Maudeen, you can correspond with me at my email address which is jackie@jim-jackie.com. I look forward to chatting with you.

  • Maria Aguilar

    For those that have an abundance of peanut fillers, you can take them to Fed Ex or UPS station and they will re use them. Also your choice of plants looks fantastic.

  • Amanda D

    This conversation is two years old but what a wonderful read. How refreshing to see kind comments and a possible friendship "blossom" from a comments section. Thanks.

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Terracotta Belle busy in her herbaceous border at Spetchley, near Worcester, England by Andy wright2009, via Flickr