(these pots are from Frontagte– I have one on my back patio)
I am on the last day of my big book tour and while I am SO tired, I’m really looking forward to my Chicago events today and tonight! But itching to get home to my Henry.
Spending a little time down South, I got a BIT too accustomed to the warm weather– and began thinking about all things spring- notably, my plans for my backyard gardening and planting! So I thought I’d round up some fun planters I’ve been loving, as a nice grouping of planters is an easy way to perk up a front door, porch or patio. You can even just buy the pre-planted arrangements at hardware stores and just replant or plop the ugly pot right into a pretty one and viola! A bunch of these are on sale too!
Also, if you want to look somewhat cute while gardening, here are some supplies that are both useful and adorable!
And speaking of outdoors, a few of my new indoor/outdoor rugs are available now to buy! One is a great jute-looking diamond weave and the other is a traditional rug pattern but rendered in neutrals (grey and tan)- great for kitchen and mudrooms! All super affordable too!
OK, and I’m off!!!!
For a future round up, would you consider doing outdoor dining furniture? Everything I find is either generic or so large you would need a huge, sprawling patio/lawn to pull it off. There have to be options in the middle!
The one I really liked was $350. A friend of mine once recommended buying the best potting soil and putting in lots of lovely plants. The beautiful plants will hide the ugly pot. May have to go that route…
Congrats on your book tour. I’m sure it’s selling well!
Those Frontage planters have been a fav of mine for so long….I got the copper ones!! franki
I love these pots, especially anything blue and white. I would love to plant some herbs/ tomatoes in pots on my patio. Do you have any recommendations on a rack or way to display pots for a little patio garden?