Address planters. Make your house number visible!
It’s wine o’clock (somewhere) — which means it’s time to share a wine-related repurposing find.
Today, it’s wine bottles turned into planters — a great size for small succulents. Wine + reuse + container gardening = win!
The bottle-pots pictured here are from Bewley’s Rerun Productions.
For earlier posts in Unconsumption’s wine o’clock series, look here.
(photo via Stacy K Floral)
Over the past several months, I’ve come across photos of this colorful courtyard in London where old barrels are used as planters — and am finally sharing one. Some of you maybe have been here — Neal’s Yard in Covent Garden?
(Photo via Rita Smith here.)
For barrels repurposed as bike racks and cabinets, among other items, see earlier Unconsumption posts here.
Pallets repurposed to contain a compost pile.
Also: Plastic bottles used as planters.
Lots of reuse pictured here!
(photo via The Reuser: A study in reuse archive)
Yesterday’s chicken noodle soup dinner becomes today’s impromptu containers for leftover Violas.
Old drawer = planter
(in this case, for a fairy garden)
(via Midwest Living)
Vintage metal funnels make fine mini hanging planters. Bonus: Built-in drainage!
(via This Old House)
Friend of Unconsumption Rubi McGrory, featured here in posts about her contribution to our Uncollection, thought of us when she spotted this repurposed container herb garden. The garden’s located on the grounds of Forty 1 North, a waterfront boutique hotel in Newport, Rhode Island. Rubi was pleasantly surprised to see the upscale property reusing kitchen waste. Well done!
Speaking of The Uncollection: Stay tuned for another addition to it, which we’ll share here with you in the next week or so.
Wow, this just might be the answer to my indoor herb garden dilemma! Check out the great how to over at Curbly!