Gardening Tips-My Funky Flower Pots Bring Style to My Garden
Funky Flower Pots for My Garden
I have some new funky flower pots to replace the old worn ones.. This year when I arrived at the cottage I realized that he flower pot that I've had for years have disintegrated from years of sun damage. I needed to plant my summer cottage garden but we are way out in the Canadian wilderness with no real places to shop for things like flower pots. I decided to look online and discovered a large selection of planters with very unusual designs. I found quite a few.
I decide to order these funky flower pots to replace my old one. You see each year I plant a flower garden and a vegetable garden at our summer home in Northern Ontario. We love to dine on the fresh vegetables we grow and the flower enhance the looks of the outdoor. We generally eat outdoors each night with our extended family which meets up here every summer.
Everyone was intrigued with the new planters and the vegetables and flower growing in them. I had a hard time deciding with of the flower pots to buy. So I decided that I would make a mix of planter to add a bit of interest to our outdoor dining space. The flowers seem especially beautiful this year and the vegetable have been very good as well. We seem to have lettuce everyday. I can't tell you how exciting it is to eat lettuce in our salad that was grown by me. I know it's fresh and I know added chemicals have not been added to our food.
The planter have been a real decorative feature and many of our friends and relative have commented on how beautiful everything looks. I am excited and plan to plant more next year and will choose some more funky planting containers to add interest to our yard. I think next year I will look for some more head planters. The plants become the hair on the head planter and I think it would be nice to have a larger variety next summer.
Funky gargoyle head planter story has it a gargoyle will protect you from evil spirits
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Do you plant your gardent in pots or containers?