Tipsy Pot Towers DIYs Towers of Tumbling Plant Fun


Tipsy Pot Towers DIYs
  • Posted May 25, 2016

Tipsy pot towers are a great way to add color and vertical interest to any deck, patio or garden while cleverly providing a garden's worth of plants in a sliver of space. They are well-suited to planting with cascades of blooms in sun or shade and are perfect for growing herbs in a sunny space close to the kitchen.

At their most basic they are simply a collection of pots slid over a supporting rod via their drainage holes, and then angled away from the rod when planted. The towers can be secured directly into the ground by the support rod or into a larger and heavier base pot.

  1. The DIYers at Flea Market Gardening share how to create your own tower simply and with personal flair.
  2. Canadian author and gardener Melissa J. Will shares here take on tipsy pot towers on her BLOG Empress of Dirt.
  3. Home gardener Bar Rosen changes her tipsy tower plants seasonally and shares her steps on the BLOG Our Fairfield Home and Garden.

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Dawn Sherwood
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