Rustic planters

My antique chair rescued from large trash pick-up. If they could see it now, they might want it back...lol

My antique chair rescued from large trash pick-up. If they could see it now, they might want it back...lol

18 Mind-Blowing Bicycle Planter Ideas For Your Garden or On-The-Go - Page 2 of 2 - Garden Lovers Club

18 Mind-Blowing Bicycle Planter Ideas For Your Garden or On-The-Go

18 Mind-Blowing Bicycle Planter Ideas For Your Garden or On-The-Go - Page 2 of 2 - Garden Lovers Club

Oak Barrel Water Feature 21" Pitcher Pump so neat for a small balcony too.  You guys in UK have such GREAT reclamation yards where you can pick up all this stuff!!

Oak Barrel Water Feature 21" Pitcher Pump so neat for a small balcony too. You guys in UK have such GREAT reclamation yards where you can pick up all this stuff!!

Rustic Barnwood/Pallet 16 Inch Square Planter Box - I would love this size with 2 shorter smaller planters to make a nice container garden grouping

Rustic Barnwood/Pallet 16 Inch Square Planter Box - I would love this size with 2 shorter smaller planters to make a nice container garden grouping

Image by Anneli Marinovich - An Elegant Wedding At Great Street Barn In Surrey With Bride In Eden By Jenny Packham With Evelyn By Jimmy Choo Shoes And Bridesmaids In Pale Grey Reiss Dresses With Groom In Bespoke Reiss Suit

Annie & Jason

Image by Anneli Marinovich - An Elegant Wedding At Great Street Barn In Surrey With Bride In Eden By Jenny Packham With Evelyn By Jimmy Choo Shoes And Bridesmaids In Pale Grey Reiss Dresses With Groom In Bespoke Reiss Suit

If you have an old tree stump in your garden, it doesn't have to be an eyesore. With just a few simple steps, they can be turned into gorgeous rustic planters. All you need to do is hollow out the stump, fill it with soil or compost, add plants of your choosing, and voila! Whether or not the stump is still rooted in the ground, this method works a treat. Check it out!

If you have an old tree stump in your garden, it doesn't have to be an eyesore. With just a few simple steps, they can be turned into gorgeous rustic planters. All you need to do is hollow out the stump, fill it with soil or compost, add plants of your choosing, and voila! Whether or not the stump is still rooted in the ground, this method works a treat. Check it out!

The best of British flowers for summer, by five top florists - Telegraph

The best of British flowers for summer, by five top florists

How to use old rotted pieces of tree trunk to make easy diy succulent planters. Sheet moss is the secret ingredient to make it all come together. MyRepurposedLife.com

How to use old rotted pieces of tree trunk to make easy diy succulent planters. Sheet moss is the secret ingredient to make it all come together. MyRepurposedLife.com

Rustic Garden Potting Shed - Take a Tour

Gorgeous Rustic Garden Potting Shed - Take a Tour

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