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In my search for patio garden ideas, I came across 13 amazing planters that I just love. Here are some of the most creative, surprising ways to make flower gardens in planters. Feast on this beautiful selection and tell me which one you like best!
No soil needed. They grow indoors with little light or tending yet they are so cute. Just mist them once in a while. Keep an air plant on on your desk, in the kitchen, or your bedroom. Put them all around the house. They even help maintain a healthy environment as they expel oxygen at night!
This is an easy solution that does not take up a lot of space on your already space challenged terrace or balcony. Traditional planters that are square, are lovely to look at but can also be cumbersome and use up valuable space. The obvious solution is to go up. Depending on the size and type of flowers, you can place several small pots on the conical planters and allow them to cascade over the sides of the pots.
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I love them all but my most recent delight is the Gerbera Daisy. The bright colors and large blooms are a treasure. And they have such staying-power, lasting a long time as a cut flower in a vase or as a potted plant.
This year, for Mother’s Day, my son Zac and his girlfriend, Shauna, gave me the bright orange Gerbera pictured here…and it is still blooming months later.
Look at the center of each bloom, they glisten like jewels! Beautiful!
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So, so pretty.
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