I don't know about you, but as a gardener I'm never short of broken pots. That's why I was happy to come across this collection of photos showing how to turn broken pots into a miniature garden. There are so many ideas here I just don't know where to start. I want one of everything! Isn't this one darling?
The added beauty of these pot gardens are that they are portable. Set them outside where you want an accent piece or move them inside before the last frost. It's also easy to make them any size you desire. If you make a particularly large one, set it on a dolley for easier movement and placement.
You are bound to get some inspiration from these photos. This is only a handful of photos available from the original site. If you want to see more photos, click on the red source link at the bottom of this post.
4 Steps to setting up a pot garden with stairs
Small cute succulents will definitely be the best option for miniature garden.
You can build a villa if you like.
If you have pots with beautiful patterns, it will make your mini garden look more vintage.
A small angel is sitting there.
A little girl is sitting in the woods.
Wow, can imagine the view when you actually walk on the stairs?
Sorry, I knocked over a land of flowers.
A great setting for a castle.
It’s the Smurfs House.
Look, there is a little elf.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Mushrooms and Succulents can be great couple.
Isn’t the blue pot getting more beautiful than before?
The shells can also be made into stairs.
Have you seen some great ideas here? So, don’t throw away the broken pots. Just turn them into miniature garden. These photos are just a sample of the pot garden ideas on this site. Be sure to visit and look at some more great miniature pot garden ideas for even more inspiration.
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