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Campania International Mini Tall Reef Square Cast Stone Planter - It looks like a tree stump, but it's made from concrete and cast stone, so this one won't rot! Now that's our kind of planter.

The well known PVC (Poly Vinyl Chloride) pipes are widely used in the construction business, but those pipes are more and more used by the DIY lovers among

DIY PVC Pipes Ideas For Your Home

Creative Uses Of PVC Pipes In Your Home And Garden PVC pipe is one of those ordinary construction materials that is cheap to buy, readily available and easy to work with. You can cut it, paint it, drill it and glue it easily.

cement blended with various recycled materials - light and stronger than concrete  John Lamos collection container-gardening

cement blended with various recycled materials - light and stronger than concrete John Lamos collection.Would make unusual and interesting planters

Look at this #zulilyfind! Fairy House Flower Pot by Top Collection #zulilyfinds

Grow small ferns and other fairy favorites in this lovely flower pot.Note: To protect the beautiful paint work, spray fairy garden pieces with a colorless water sealer when leaving them outside. Remember to bring them inside during the winter months.

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33 Shades of Green: Making Hypertufa Pots, using 3 ingredients, portland cement, peat moss and perlite along with the shape mold of your choice

Imágenes Saifou | Bienvenido a SaiFou - Inspiring Images

Recycled Plastic Bottle into a Swan Pot Planter - DIY

Imágenes Saifou | Bienvenido a SaiFou - Inspiring Images

With bottles

At first I thought it looked like half a pineapple! But the idea is really cool; recycle wine bottles to make a passive solar warmed planter. One problem.where to get that many wine bottles!

DIY concrete flower planter, made from just an old towel and some concrete! Super simple project with a gorgeous outcome | therusticwillow.com

DIY Concrete Planter

This is what I was thinking about to create a pillar - stack concrete blocks up but use this towel concrete technique to cover the surface, then urn goes on top

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