Repurposed Tires as Flower Planters

Not a new idea, but a fun one. Tire flower planters two ways: wall mounted and 'tire-swing' inspired.

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  • Dnn_dyl2
    Dnn_dyl2
    on Mar 24, 2016

    what type of paint is needed

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      on Mar 24, 2016

      I used an outdoor-rated (Valspar) spray paint. More details on blog link above. :)

  • Linda Z Queen
    Linda Z Queen
    on Apr 13, 2020

    How do you keep bees from building nest in top part of tire?

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      DIY Show Off
      on Apr 13, 2020

      I haven't had that issue. Maybe that's something specific to your region? This project is from several years ago and that tire did hang for quite a few years (probably at least 4) and I never encountered bees building a nest in it. Sorry I can't be more helpful, Linda!

  • Sierra Dugan
    Sierra Dugan
    on Jun 23, 2020

    I have tried this but no success in keeping my plant alive. What plant is reccommended for tires that don't have alot of soil depth?

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  • Carey
    Carey
    on Sep 17, 2016

    This is one of the prettiest tire ideas that I have ever seen!!! How did you hang it on the wall? I think something like this hung on a fence, on a porch, or even by a mailbox would be cute too. I wonder if turning the tire inside out would make a larger planting area? And how that is accomplished? Maybe talking with someone at Les Schwab could shed some lite win this idea!

  • Donna
    Donna
    on Dec 25, 2018

    Yes, when I have a tire or two absolutely. Best idea I’ve seen.

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