Spring is here and I'm getting my cut flower garden ready.
Here are a few ways I added cottage charm...
To save money, I cleaned up my old plastic planters and gave them a makeover.
What I did:
First, a coat of flat black paint. Followed by metallic copper to add details.
What to look for:
I found a stack of antique croquet wickets for $2 each!
Once the paint dried:
I filled the planter and crisscrossed 2 of the wickets.
I filled the planter with a variety of Summer annuals in pretty pinks, purple, and whites.
Another Easy Idea:
I took apart a grapevine wreath and used a few pieces to make a birdcage trellis for this pot. Just crisscrossed and pushed the ends into the soil
Look how pretty!
This planter was perfect for lavender; a cottage garden must have!
I made this out of a cheap tomato cage and bamboo stakes!
They are perfect in the corner of my cut flower garden! Let's hope that bunny statue keeps the real ones away this year!.