DIY - Off the Wall Suspended Gardens Looks simple enough, right? A couple of terra-cotta pots, spray paint, flower pot hangers and some wood screws.boom, a suspended garden. Isn't it a lovely look? Maybe on the backyard side of the front fence?
How to Make A Terra Cotta Pot Flower Tower (or Crooked Tower) with Annuals - Perfect for limited spaces - an apartment or condo; home w/ small or no yard; deck, patio, porch or outside front door. Works well with fragrant herbs or a mix of flowers herbs.
I want potted plants like this all around my back patio EMM Tropical plants make a great back drop to succulents that include Agave attenuata, various jades, a large pot full of aeonium and echeveria rosettes, and purple-green Senecio jacobsenii.
DIY Room Decor: 9 Stylish Ways to Upcycle & Reuse Tin Cans
Would this fence idea work for an herb garden? In case you have a dull wooden fence at your backyard you can easily spice up it. You can make a colorful vertical garden of it. Tools and materials - Terra-cot
Make your own living succulent art If you don't have the time to plant a living wall, you can get the same dramatic effect by framing a garden of succulents. Build the frame yourself and plant your own cuttings or buy an all-in-one succulent garden kit.
Old Bathtub turned coffee table/planter! via the Garage Sale Gal I actually have an old claw foot tub in my barn, I was thinking of making it into a small koi pond, but I think I like this coffee table/planter better for our vacation home.