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Save A Favorite Pot In The Garden

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A big wind in the West blew over my camellia again! I’m surprised the pot didn’t break,…again! I love the color and thick sides of this pot, so for a long time it sat by my potting table waiting for inspiration...


Rating: 4.8 out of 5 stars on 5 reviews

"Wonderful article about a truly inventive way to use beloved broken pots! I happen to have many if them snd can't wait for Spring to put the suggestions to work!" 5 stars by




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Wind To Wonderful!

Wind To Wonderful!

A big wind in the West blew over my camellia again! I’m surprised the pot didn’t break,…again! I love the color and thick sides of this pot, so for a long time it sat by my potting table waiting for inspiration.

A Big Crack

A Big Crack

I decided to use it at the corner of my patio to ‘hold’ a favorite low creeping plant, Cupflower, or Nierembergia, which has periwinkle blue flowers.I planted a small upright growing rosemary to soon be a ‘background.’

Second Life

Second Life

Saved ceramic pot placed at a corner

Pop Of Color

Pop Of Color

Now terrific, instead of tossed!

More Crack Pots!

More Crack Pots!

Billie Hayman‎’s broken pot shades the roots of her tree.

Nasturtiums

Nasturtiums

Donna McGlasson’s solution, Nasturtiums!

Buried Treasures

Buried Treasures

Shirley Fox buried the broken side of her big pot and planted creeping Germander, or Teucrium.