Fill with plants and pound any remaining rebar down so it doesn't show outside the top pot. It would probably be a good idea to put a layer of mulch on top of the soil as clay pots dry out fast in the hot summer sun.
By Tracey V. from Santa Rosa Beach, FL
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There are different sizes of rebar that you can use but it may not be sturdy enough. I found this project is best for 12"10"8" pots. Bigger pots have bigger drain holes that fit the rebar. I did make a smaller version with smaller pots/drain holes using a thinner rebar, but it is only stacked a couple of feet high.
Love it! But, some of my pots have smaller drain holes. Anyway that you know of to enlarge the hole without cracking the pot?
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