I only bring plants into my home that will withstand some major abuse and neglect. My Mother-in-Law’s Tongues literally thrive under my black thumb and my new Fiddle Leaf Fig is showing signs that he’s going to survive my household, too.
欧美图亚洲色另类偷偷自拍_欧美成年性色生活片_欧美A一片I love easy plants, but I hate traditional plant pots. I’m not a fan of orange terra cotta, and the painted pots I find are either not my style or way too expensive. I do have a few black pots and gray pots, but I can only have so many of those around, you know?
欧美图亚洲色另类偷偷自拍_欧美成年性色生活片_欧美A一片Lately, I’ve started gathering unexpected items to use as planters, and I’m loving the quirk they are bringing into my home! For all of them, I leave the plant in the plastic pot it came in and put that right inside the planter. That way, I can just take the plastic pot out of my planter and put it directly into my sink to water and drain.
Here are some of my new favorite “planters”:
On the left is a brass-plated bowl I found for a few dollars at the thrift store. These were popular in the 80s and 90s, and people tend to be getting rid of them now because they are “old.” Good thing I love them. I grab every one I see.
In the middle is a little cuffed fabric bin from . It was $6 and the cuff is adjustable.
欧美图亚洲色另类偷偷自拍_欧美成年性色生活片_欧美A一片On the right is a trash can. Yep, it’s called the Oscar Crunch Can (doesn’t it look like Oscar’s can?) and is also from . How fun is it used as a planter? It was $10.
In this image, the left plant is in an actual pot that I bought years ago – I think from JoAnn. I gave it some funk by putting it in another thrifted brass-plated bowl.
The larger plant is in another Container Store find – and possibly my favorite. is made from recycled paper and coated in plastic so that it doesn’t tear. You can fold it over as much as you want – or not at all. It was $25 which is a bit much for a planter, but I think it was worth it for this one. I mean, who puts a plant in a paper sack? Lindsay does.
欧美图亚洲色另类偷偷自拍_欧美成年性色生活片_欧美A一片When I bought my Fiddle Leaf Fig at Ikea (yep, Ikea), I found this for $8. It’s a perfect fit and I love the green and red together.
I don’t have all of my plants displayed together, but I put them together for ease of photographing. It’s kind of like my own quirky little forest!
Do you have your plants in traditional pots or something a little more unexpected? What do you think about these?