22 Cheap Planter Alternatives You Should Not Miss

Hey there my lovely people! How are you today? I’m always here to inspire you and awaken your creativity! Spring is here, which means that we should start thinking of how we can make our yard stand out from the rest of the yards in our neighborhood. If you don’t want to spend a fortune, don’t worry, because I have made you a collection of 22 cheap planter alternatives you should not miss. Are you excited?

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All of the planters that you are going to see here are very unique and interesting. You will be surprised of how already used objects can be used as planters for your yard. You may already have some of the objects in your home, so that you can immediately plant some plants or flowers. Go ahead and take a look at these inexpensive flower pots and make your yard charming in a few steps. Enjoy and have fun!

Magnificent way to reuse bathtub and make your yard more enchanting.
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You can turn your old mail box into a planter.

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What do you think about these great idea to reuse cans?

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You can plant succulents in ladle.

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The pallets are one of the cheapest materials, and you can use them to plant flowers and other herbs.

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You can add vintage touches to your yard with teapot planters.

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If your snow tires are out of function, then you can turn them in planters easily and quickly.

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If you have already a wheelbarrow, then why not to plant some colorful flowers in it?

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Take a look at your basement, you may have a birdcage, who knows…

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A wooden barrel planter will make your yard look more warm and inviting.

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The old dining chair that can’t be used anymore, can be used for planting flowers and herbs.

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Old wooden creates can be great indoor decor, but they also can be used as planters in your yard.

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You can make your yard more interesting place with wagons.

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There are so many projects that can be made with stumps. But the one below is one of the easiest.

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The old gutters can be turned into vertical garden easily and quickly. The idea below looks magnificent, don’t you think?

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Don’t throw away the painting cans, because they can be easily reused.

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You can make your indoor and outdoor more charming and inviting by planting flowers in coffee mugs.

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The colanders that your grandma used many years ago can be transformed into lovely flower planters. You can paint them in different color for more fun look.

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Watering cans and pails can be transformed not only in a water feature but in a marvelous flower planters.

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You can paint an old tire in your favorite color, plant it and hang it on the tree in your yard. If you don’t have a tree in your yard, you can hang the tire on the wall.

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The old small boat can become a focal point in your yard. You just need to plant it with colorful flowers and put some stones around it for more interesting look.

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So my dear people, what do you think about these planter alternatives? Thank you for reading! Enjoy in the rest of your day and don’t forget to stay up to date with the content of Karma Stream!