Tipsy Flower Pots (The Path Garden)

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I had been wanting to make on of these planters for The Path Garden for a couple of years. Just hadn't gotten around to it. The 99 Cent store had the clay pots so I got 5 and asked DH to go get the rebar for it. He did and then couldn't wait for the gardener to help pound it into the ground. He went ahead and finished it and I got it mostly planted before the gardeners came. Now the gardener's wife wants one. LOL! Tipsy Flower Pots (The Path Garden) - close up


Thanks to the TF reader that showed us their picture just recently. It reminded me to get on the ball. We'll make a smaller one for farther down in the garden. Also we're planning a POT PERSON next.


Now if you count the pots , notice there are 6 on this planter ( 5 are the norm) plus the one on the ground that I planted "Forget-Me-Not" seeds in. The planter top is tied to the tree to make sure it doesn't get pushed over by accident. So easy and lots of fun. Give it a try! Tipsy Flower Pots (The Path Garden)


By Vi Johnson from Moorpark, CA

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March 20, 20120 found this helpful

This is so nice! It is a lot of fun, too. People are going to wonder how you did it! It'll brighten a lot of days for you, and everyone who sees it. Thank you for another great pic!


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March 20, 20120 found this helpful

You and dear hubby certainly have the coolest decorations and assorted items in both the path garden and your yard! Very wise to tie the gnome to the tree branch for extra security ;-) I am jealous because I only have a little patio to decorate and putter around in now.

March 26, 20121 found this helpful

I'm going to use your idea to grow strawberries. Thanks!

May 31, 20160 found this helpful

I am waiting to see if I get one. The elderly lady next door passed away and family have been hauling stuff away and on the patio among her pots is a topsy turvy and I asked one of the family members if I could buy it unless of course it held sentimental value, she said she would ask her daughter so I am waiting to see.


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