Birdcage Planter Ideas You Will Love To Make

Do you have an old Birdcage hanging around? Everyone is loving these Birdcage Succulents Planter Ideas and you will too. Be sure to watch the video to see exactly how to make one.

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We love repurposing and if you do too, these easy and inexpensive birdcage planter ideas are bound to inspire.

Succulents are one of the most popular plants. They also require very little maintenance and you can even propagate your own. You can hang your Bird Cage Planter on a porch, or from a tree. They are drought tolerant and exceptionally robust.

Gorgeous Succulent Birdcage Planter Idea

via Craftberry Bush

The first idea that we are sharing with you is this gorgeous Succulent Birdcage Planter Idea by Lucy from Craftberry Bush.

We love the way that the succulents are popped through the cage. It is a lovely touch that gives a 3D effect. You can create all sorts of landscapes too. You could even turn yours into a fairy garden.

Flower Birdcage Planter Idea

via Pink Polkadot Creations

Rita from Pink Polkadot Creations has used flowers in her Birdcage and what a lovely result. This would be perfect for your annuals, this way you can have a variety of different looks throughout the year. Rita has used coconut hanging basket liner in her version.

Hanging Succulent Birdcage Planter

via Rainyside

Over on Rainyside, we love this vintage version that they have created. You can find lots of old birdcages hanging out on Craigs List, Facebook Marketplace, junk shops, and yard sales.

They have lined their cage with Moss and then filled their cage. It looks amazing hanging in the garden.

Mini Succulent Birdcages

via Charming Succulents, Perth WA

Charming Succulents are an Instagram favorite. We love their creations and they make them especially for their devoted followers. They have so many amazing versions on their site, be sure to check them all out.

Birdcage Succulents Planter Video Tutorial

via Socal Garden Whiz

Now that you have got some inspiration, it’s time to learn how to make your own Birdcage Planter. We have included a video tutorial that shows you the best tips and tricks

We highly recommend that you take a few minutes out to watch if you want to achieve the best possible result. Click Play above to view ^

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