Today it’s time to show you this bad boy!!
Home Depot made it super simple with their written instructions and you can get all my tips and what I learned along the way in this post.
I love how unique this planter is! I’ve planted in containers for years now, but this is definitely the coolest one yet!
We have a lot of land, so space isn’t an issue, but I could totally see this being perfect for a small yard or even in an urban home or apartment!
My final plan is to hang it on a tree near the front of our property that hurricane Sandy took down this past fall- right now, it’s just a 10 foot tree stump, but I want to let the roots get stronger (about 3 weeks) before I mount it vertically.
My favorite part of the project is the irrigation system- it was such an easy thing to add, but now it’s going to make sure that my don’t die on me!
I loved taking on this challenge from The Home Depot and I hope it inspires you to think creatively this spring as your planting and making your yard look awesome!
I was all about planting, so last weekend Eric and I planted our very first garden too!! Can’t wait to see if it all grows!! Fingers Crossed!!
Sweet lookin vertical garden. I didn’t even know that Home Depot had a community. Checking it out!
Wonderful, flower combination is eye candy:) i knew Home Depot store coupons for a while and i definitely going to check that community.
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