We saw these in Utah when on vacation and then I saw this a couple days ago! Clever.
DH drilled out some pots for me to try. We will see!!
Great ideas there! TFS Can't wait to see yours!!!
"Those that throw mud, lose ground!" :>)
Hadn't seen them before but I'll bet those "trees" could be a bit tricky to water!
And I wonder how much they had to "feed" the plants to get them to grow that big?
But a great way to add height to your gardens!
"The soil is the source of life, creativity, culture and real independence." David Ben-Gurion
That was amazing. I imagine it could get a little expensive between the pots and plants. Good luck with your pot.
Yeah, I'm sure you could make the pots at home, although with a round bit instead of the shapes they use.
Definitely worth trying!
Cool idea! Now if you can get your husband to make the brackets for the other uses, like the tree...
SillyBird,you gonna make me go out and buy more pots and plants/flowers to make me some.LOL.I only have 3 hanging baskets now to make holes in so.I will be buying the flowers.
THank you for sharing this.I just spent hours watching videos on that site.LOLOL.Very helpful and saved some to favorites.
I have had a pipe with a 5 inch diameter about 36 inches long and a smaller pipe in the middle with holes drilled for watering. I also have a basket with a screen over the top of the holes. The trick is to keep the plants watered so that they fill out and to keep the dirt inside the planter or pipe. Yours look very nice. Keep us posted as they grow.
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