You Will Never Throw Away Your Old Jeans After Watching This - A Must Watch Video

Is your lawn or garden missing that special little something? Most of us have a few things laying around the house that have served their purpose, but now just seems to take up space.

What if I told you that you can transform your old things into unique planters for your garden?
The solutions here will not only rid your house of clutter, but will incorporate unique touches to your special outdoor space. Keep watching for the ideas!

1.Boot planter.
Not only can this be a precious way to remember your children as they grow up, but your plants will be protected from slugs and other ground insects. Different styles and colors will make this planter stand out.

2.Tire Planter.
Don't you dare throw out that old tire! Use it for a planter instead.
You can get creative with the paint color and overflow the planter with bright blooms to really make it stand out. Simply leave the planter on the ground and it looks just as great!

another option for an old tire is Tire Swing Planter
You can hang it in a favorite tree or even attach it to the side of a fence or porch.

3. wood barrel planter.
Rather than plant the flowers in the basket, you can create an optical illusion of spilled flowers. Turn the barrel on its side and plant blooms of your choice. A precious reminder that spilled flowers are gorgeous, too!
You can create the same effect with a clay pots. Just use your creativity.

4.Bicycle Planter.
Have an old bicycle laying around? Eye-catching bicycle planters are one of the more popular planter ideas around, adorning the doorways of stores and restaurants everywhere. However much we see them though, we can’t deny that they look absolutely fantastic!

5.Colander Planter.
Old food strainers prove to be the perfect size and shape for planters. Don't worry if it's dingy or food-stained. Simply spray paint and choose the perfect blooms. Attach to your porch or tree with sturdy chains.

Throw yourself a garden tea party with these adorable teapot planters. They work best for succulents or annual flowering plants.

7. Mason Jar Herb Planters.
This eye-catching herb garden is made with reclaimed wood, mason jars and decorative hanging chalkboards – the perfect way to house all manner of tasty and healing herbs.

8.Jeans pant planter.
If You have loads of old jeans hanging around your home that you no longer wear? Maybe they don’t fit or are ripped. whatever the case, you have found an awesome upcycle for them. they will be the talk of your garden! and guarantee to put a smile on everyone’s face! The link to jeans planter tutorials can be found in the description of this video.

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