These pretty pansies found a home in my Grandpap's old coal bucket this Summer.
This old scale was an auction find from a couple years ago. I planted Lobelia in it and hung it on the little porch of my potting shed.
This succulent ground cover will grow anywhere! I put a couple pieces with some soil in this vintage flour sifter and it grew like crazy!
I love this old metal toy wheel barrow that I found at a flea. It makes a sweet little container to plant a few chicks in!
The Lobelia that I planted in my little wash tub has such dainty blue flowers. I tucked an old washboard and a couple vintage garden tools in the back of the wash tub for added interest.
This old wooden tool box insert is filled with a chick feeder and some of my chicks planted in an old toy wheel barrow & a graniteware ladle.
This wooden tote was lined with plastic and planted with petunias.
A new spin on a "potted plant" ~ An old enamelware bed pan planted with Ivy and hanging on my potting shed. Every garden can use a little bit of humor in it!
A few chicks tucked into an old graniteware ladle.
My old blue enamelware bucket planted with pink petunias. It's so much fun searching fleas, auctions and antique malls for vintage pieces to use as planters! Use your imagination! ~ You might be surprised at the ideas you come up with!