Stack-a-pots in the garden
We’ve all seen tipsy pots,…pots tipped this way and that on a pole. But Emily Louise Campanell started a trend to stack pots straight up on top of each other for an address sign in her front entry way. See this and 7 more ideas!
The pots are filled with soil, pressed firmly down and filled in with flowers. Accents can be added to the top pot. Emily says, ” I need to add a pot at the top or something else…I’m going to get a pot within the next few days to paint and place up there..
Deborah Young has all the makings…
Kim Jacobs Harmeyer says, ” This is my ‘Get Galvanized’ project I made for the patio.”
Paulette glued small tiles from the home store onto these pots and then grouted them for a checkerboard design. Clever!
Mary Everett says, “Here’s my Jeannie Merritt inspired broken pot garden. I broke this pot a few weeks ago but I wasn’t upset because I had seen Jeannie’s wonderful fairy garden and I knew immediately what I would do with the pieces,…stack them into a miniature garden! Used a packet of tiny insect figures from my craft stash…look real close. Thank you Jeanie for sharing this unique idea.
By the end of summer, Emily’s pots are overflowing. She says, ” This was after it had filled out quite nicely. The petunias really took off!”