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Found this project online and thought I'd try it since the tall planters I wanted were over $100 each!
Spray paint all your pots the same or different colors, or leave them natural, your choice
Add dirt to your bottom pot and pack well since it will support the weight of the pots above
Repeat stacking and packing
Be sure not to fill pots too full. Allow room for the plants
Set your plants in the pots to check for placement and aesthetics. I used creeping Jenny, begonias, and impatients, all shade plants since mine are in my porch
Sit back and enjoy!
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Think I will try this...it would give my garden some height.
3 months ago
I want to see an updated pic. I bet it looks wonderful.
7 months ago
I didn't use terra cotta pots. I found plastic pots at Walmart to try it out and I used a smaller pot inverted in the largest pot so I didn't use as much dirt. It worked perfectly. I'm really happy with the outcome.
11 months ago
11 months ago
I need to take an updated pic. The plants are so big now that you can't even see the pots anymore!! Has made a stunning display on our porch!
12 months ago
Thanks for sharing, looks wonderful!!!
Terra cotta pot 14"
Terra cotta pot 12"
Terra cotta pot 10"
Terra cotta pot 8"
Terra cotta pot 6" (optional)
Bags potting soil
Packs various annuals
14 inch plastic saucers to catch the water
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