Hey friends! We made it through another week! I don’t know about you but this week was hard. So glad to have the next couple days off and tackle some projects around the house. At the top of that list is some planting and outdoor projects. Not to toot my own horn but I really think I’m getting the hang of this plant thing. Usually I kill anything green yet all the plants I have planted in the last year are still standing. And in honor of my newest hobby I decided to do a little round up of my favorite planters this week. So without further ado here are my top picks!
This little hanging planter is too cute! They actually have them in different sizes and I think these would be so cute in in a group in a window. Plus anything I can put succulents in is a win to me.
The texture on these is to die for! And the fact that the come in a set, even better.
This little ladder would hold all kinds of plants. I think it would be perfect inside or on a porch.
Two is better than one! Especially when it comes to metal planters. I think this set would look great with some ferns in them. Maybe even on a front porch.
I actually used these exact planters for my lavender and fern plants on my front porch this summer. They look amazing and will hold up for years. The only trick to these style buckets is to use a filler. The easiest option is to find another pot to put inside of it and plant the plants in that. The other option, which is what I did, is to line the pot with moss. The moss option also holds moisture so you have to water less often.
I love a planter with a stand. And the combo of texture in this planter is perfect.
This is the cutest little planter! It not very big so it would be perfect for a windowsill.
The cage feature on this set adds some interest to the classic terra cotta planter. They come as a set of 5 so you can make a cute grouping of different types of plants.
I love a galvanized planter. I think you could even use these hanging planters outside.
This option is a little different than the others because its wall mounted. It is a great option for inside or outside if you want to make a visual impact on a vertical space.
So what do you guys think? Are you great with plants? Leave me some of your favorites in the comments!