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23 Adorable DIY Ways To Show Off Your Plants

I'm no green thumb (The only plants that live in my care are cacti and aloe vera) but these ideas sure are inspiring!

1. Tea Tin Herbs

Tea Tin Herbs
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No outdoor space? No problem! Use up those tea tins by turning them into a fun little indoor herb garden.

2. Dip Dye Planters

Dip Dye Planters
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Go ombre with your greenery by dip dyeing a set of neutral planters.

3. Geometric Planters

Geometric Planters
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Use PVC pipe to make a set of modern geometric planters.

4. Tiny Polymer Clay Pots

Tiny Polymer Clay Pots
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Use polymer clay to make sweet baby-sized plant pots.

5. Vintage Lampshade Planters

Vintage Lampshade Planters
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Turn thrifted finds into colorful hanging planters.

6. Cedar Root Planter

Cedar Root Planter
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A gorgeous way to reuse driftwood is by turning it into a planter.

7. Striped Spring Vases

Striped Spring Vases
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Brighten up your blooms with beautiful striped vases.

8. Denim Basket

Denim Basket
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Collect blooms, fruits and veggies in a sturdy woven denim basket. Bonus: you can use an old pair of jeans or a jacket to make this!

9. Hand Stitched Planters

Hand Stitched Planters
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Stitch and stencil some cute lil’ plant holders for your tables and windowsills.

10. Hanging Tin Garden

Hanging Tin Garden
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Make use of a tight backyard space by hanging your plants in colorful painted tins.

11. Mini Brass Hanging Planter

Mini Brass Hanging Planter
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Miniature plants are adorable. Miniature hanging plants are even more adorable.

12. Hanging Metal Globe

Hanging Metal Globe
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An interesting way to add a space age touch to your planting decor.

13. Trough Centerpiece

Trough Centerpiece
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Show off all those pretty blooms from your garden in a cool trough centerpiece.

14. Wooden Plant Stand

Wooden Plant Stand
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Decorating your outdoor space can be fun, especially when you have a set of awesome wooden plant stands to show off.

15. Garden Markers

Garden Markers
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Never mix up your basil and your thyme with pretty clay garden markers.

16. Modern Cement Planters

Modern Cement Planters
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Cement not only stands the test of time but also a clean, minimal way to display your favorite plants.

17. Roll Up Gardener’s Apron

Roll Up Gardener's Apron
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For the serious gardener, an easy roll up apron to carry all of your tools and essentials.

18. Vertical Pallet Garden

Vertical Pallet Garden
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When it doubt, garden vertically!

19. Ladder Herb Garden

Ladder Herb Garden
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You don’t need a lot of space to have a beautiful outdoor herb garden.

20. Cedar Garden Bed

Cedar Garden Bed
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Carve out your own little garden space with an easy cedar plant bed.

21. Tin Can Fence Garden

Tin Can Fence Garden
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All the benefits of beautiful greenery without all the messy extras.

22. Fabric Plant

Fabric Plant
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You can’t kill a plant made out of fabric (or can you….)!

23. Paper Succulents

Paper Succulents
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