Creative Planters Ideas for Garden and Balcony


Although in the middle of fall, we still have sunshine days between cloudy hours and rainy moments. We can still enjoy our gardens dressed up in fall blooming flowers, like chrysanthemums, zinnias, strawflowers. This is a "potpourri" of interesting, creative and unusual planters from gardens I visited lately.
old helmet pot in Prespes
old helmet pot in Prespes
old wooden wagon in Prespes
old wooden wagon in Prespes
tree planter in Prespes
tree planter in Prespes
handmade wagon about a century old in Chalkidiki
handmade wagon about a century old in Chalkidiki
watering cans and pallets in Kastoria
watering cans and pallets in Kastoria
aluminum planter and roof tile in Serres
aluminum planter and roof tile in Serres

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  • Marilyn
    on Oct 12, 2013

    What cute ideas. I love it when people think outside the box.

  • Elizabeth Sagarminaga
    on Nov 17, 2015

    I loved the ideas you have used in your balcony. Those watering cans and pallets create such a lovely view. Great job! I love having a balcony garden and search for new ideas to give it a fresh new look every now and then. And now I am surely going to use this idea in my garden as well. Thanks.

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