DIY Terra Cotta Pot Flower Tower Projects for Garden

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We always want to add more gardening space to our yard, and vertical gardening is the best option.

However, if you have a limited space in the corner of your garden, patio, or balcony, Flower Clay Pots are one of the best ways to go vertical for a wise gardening thumb.

Flower Tower Projects for Garden

If you want to construct a more intricate tower, try the crooked version of this terra cotta tower.
If you want to construct a more intricate tower, try the crooked version of this terra cotta tower. Image source: Goods Home Design

These DIY Flower Clay Pot Flower Tower Projects will brighten up your garden in such innovative ways that it will liven up your garden this Spring. Gardening should be simple to do and enjoyable to do.

You may transform basic clay pots into something fairy magical with some imaginative arrangement and artistic painting for an appealing garden and even gateway decoration. Make them for herbs, vegetables, and flowers.

Terracotta Pot Tower

A shade-loving tower of red and white Impatiens with blue Lobelia.
A shade-loving tower of red and white Impatiens with blue Lobelia. This flower cannot be utilized in the tower by itself, but it provides a fantastic accent. It is also one of the few plants that may be found in blue.
Go vertical to take container gardening to the next level! This simple flower tower will brighten up any place with rich, summer-long color.

Image and Instructions: Dengarden

Terra-Cotta Herb Tower

The trick behind this stacked terra cotta tower planter is to stack floral clay pots of varying sizes upside down. Begin by positioning the huge planter where you want your tree to be. You will undoubtedly save dirt, time, and space.
The trick behind this stacked terra cotta tower planter is to stack floral clay pots of varying sizes upside down. Begin by positioning the huge planter where you want your tree to be. You will undoubtedly save dirt, time, and space.
Don’t forego fresh herbs (or overpay for them at the market) because you don’t have a large yard. Place this tiny herb garden near the kitchen door in a bright position for convenient snipping.

Our planter includes rosemary, sage, parsley, thyme, oregano, basil, and chives, all of which are easy to get in nurseries and adaptable in the kitchen.

Herbs of any kind can be used. Mint should be grown on its own in the top pot because it can overpower other herbs.

Image and Instructions: Martha Stewart

Terra Cotta Pot Flower Tower

Place the pot in the location where you want your flowers. Fill the pots with moist soil (be aware that your tower will be hefty when finished). Place the rod in the center and top with another pot. Continue until you get your tower. All that remains is to add the flowers.
Place the pot in the location where you want your flowers. Fill the pots with moist soil (be aware that your tower will be hefty when finished). Place the rod in the center and top with another pot. Continue until you get your tower. All that remains is to add the flowers.
If you want to construct a more intricate tower, try the crooked version of this terra cotta tower. Their fashion began a few years ago, but few people have heard of them.

Supplies Required:
14″, 12″, 10″, 8″, and 6″ terra cotta pots potting soil one 36″ half inch dowel rod or 36″ rebar rod plants.

Image and Instructions: Goods Home Design

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