If you’re looking for great new garden planters to showcase your beautiful plants, you’re going to love these simple, affordable and beautiful planters. Don’t skimp out on showcasing your plants. You’ve worked hard in creating and growing them so they deserve to have a solid planter that is eye appealing and sturdy.
Plant containers are a great way to hold the right amount of soil and water that your plant and/or flowers need to grow. Why not give them their own dedicated space that they can thrive instead of sticking them in the ground to deal with the elements?
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Here are some of the best garden planters that you need to have in and around your home.
Oval planters are great because they have a wide inner area to showcase a lot of plants at once. Plus, they come in a lot of different sizes as well so you can have a small, medium, or large planter if you want.
Based on how they're built and created, they're great for growing herbs on your front porch or other areas of your home.
Do you love the idea of having plants, but know that you don't have the time or the memory to water them?
If that's the case, you may find comfort using these self-watering planters. They're made to water themselves which can give you peace of mind knowing that your plants are taking care of themselves and will continue to grow and thrive.
Succulents are great plants to have in self-watering planters.
Finding unique planters is like understanding that Christmas came early. And if you can find frog planters to decorate the outside of your home, it's certain to be a bright and fun addition to your neighborhood!
Look for ones that are bright in color and certain to catch the eye. You can even have them sitting all around your yard without plants in them if you want. They're that great of a focal point.
Using ceramic planters in your garden and outdoor space can be a blank canvas for creativity. Not only do they come in a variety of sizes and shapes, but they're actually super simple to decorate and create into your vision as well.
Plus, they're great for a wide variety of plants, too. Ceramic plants can be used both indoors and outdoors as well.
Calling all "Guardians of the Galaxy" fans! This baby groot flower pot is just too cute to pass up. Not only is he true to his size of being small, but he's the perfect size to also hold a small amount of plants.
Put him in the sunshine and watch him help your plants bloom!
Don't limit yourself to just any old garden planter. If there aren't any of this list that you like, why not create your own instead?
You can use bright colors, fun materials or just think of something that is unique that you want to showcase.
When you're feeling creative and inspired, go with it and make something beautiful out of those thoughts.
As you can see, there are so many great garden planters to consider. Figure out the size that you need, the look that you’re going for, and a color scheme if you’re wanting one, and have fun narrowing down the options!
Don’t delay on getting one as the timing right now is perfect to order your very own garden planter!
Do you have a garden planter on this list that you love?
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