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A Unique Flower Bed (made of Clay Pots!)

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I found a bunch of clay pots under our new house... I wasn't sure what to do with them until the weeds in a bed in the backyard starting going crazy! I decided to plant my pots. Yep! And i love how it turned out!
I found a bunch of clay pots under our new house... I wasn't sure what to do with them until the weeds in a bed in the backyard starting going crazy! I decided to plant my pots. Yep! And i love how it turned out!
I found a bunch of clay pots under our new house... I wasn't sure what to do with them until the weeds in a bed in the backyard starting going crazy! I decided to plant my pots. Yep! And i love how it turned out!

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  • Dee W
    Dee W Senecaville, OH
    on Jul 10, 2013

    This is such a cool idea! I'd need to plant annuals only because of winter but it looks really nice.

  • Cyndi Moore Tippett
    Cyndi Moore Tippett Knightdale, NC
    on Jul 10, 2013

    that is a cute idea....not sure I would plant that many in one place, but I love the idea of several together in several flower beds. Great inspiration.

  • Stephanie
    Stephanie Westwego, LA
    on Jul 10, 2013

    I HAVE A COUPLE OF POTS AND A LOT OF WEEDS IN MY BACK YARD...GOOD IDEA FOR SOME OF MY PLANTS THAT ARE STILL IN PLASTIC CONTAINERS THEY CAME IN....JUST MIGHT PUT HOLES IN THEM AND PUT IN THE GROUND...THE OTHER I MIGHT LEAVE ABOVE GROUND

  • Erin G
    Erin G Canada
    on Jul 10, 2013

    I bet this looks FABULOUS once it's all filled in and blooming! Is there any way you can post an updated photo??

  • Deb Brubaker
    Deb Brubaker Goshen, IN
    on Jul 11, 2013

    Your pots and your ingenuity are great! Keep up the good work! Just an FYI - the lilies are bulbs. They are supposed to bloom and die off like that. They will come back next year, just as beautiful! So keep the spot where the stalk died off open enough that the new stem can come up next year and bloom among your potted plants. Now THAT will be an even cooler picture!

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