Succulent Patio Table Planter

Jessica Hill
by Jessica Hill
30 Minutes
It is tricky to create a centerpiece for an umbrella patio table, since the umbrella stand takes up the prime real estate. I solved that problem by upcycling a tube pan to create a clever succulent planter that fits around our patio table's umbrella stand.
This is a super easy DIY that will beautify your patio all summer long. You can see how I created the planter by watching this very short video.
Turn this plain baking pan...
...into a gorgeous planter for your umbrella patio table.
The planter goes all the way around the umbrella stand so that it can be enjoyed by any seat at the table.
Jessica Hill
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  • Michelle Sebren Michelle Sebren on May 06, 2019

    Can’t find a bundt pan with a hole like this. Did you have to cut out the center?

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  • Jackie D Jackie D on Mar 01, 2017
    Love the idea and thinking of doing it, but one question. When you water,and I know they don't need a lot of water does it run out on the table ? Most of mine have trays under them... Suggestions

  • Eve DeLange Eve DeLange on May 07, 2017
    You could take a plastic planter holder and cut a hole in the middle, then take aluminum foil and form it to go up the inside of the hold in the bundt pan. It should catch most of the water and when you water, do it with a light hand.