Here’s the perfect addition to your home and garden. We love this beautiful Clay Pot Flower Tower and it couldn’t be easier to make!
Add a splash of color with this Clay Pot Flower Tower! This will brighten up any space at your place and it’s so easy to recreate.
All you need are varying size Clay/Terracotta Pots. Start with the largest at the base and get progressively smaller up the stake.
Clay Pot Flower Tower via Grace and Good Eats
You can paint the pots up or leave them natural. Fill them with your favorite flowers or herbs. You will love the results of this easy DIY. Scroll our page to check out the other versions and be sure to check out the Flower Pot Candles too.
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Flower Tower via Listotic
All that is left to do is plant your flowers! Starting with the bottom pot, take each plant out of its container and tease the roots before placing it in the pot. Space each plant about two inches apart.
Mix and match colors to achieve desired effect. When a layer is complete, fill in the space between each plant with potting soil.
DIY Clay Pot Flower Tower Video Tutorial
We have found a very simple video tutorial for you to watch. It steps you through the process in a few short minutes. Click Play above to view ^ and continue scrolling to see more great ideas.
Clay Pot Flower Tower via Den Garden
Clay Pot Flower Tower Materials
- Five standard terra cotta pots in the following sizes: 14”, 12”, 10”, 8”, and 6”
- A 12.5” terra cotta saucer (not needed if tower will be placed in a garden)
- A 2-cubic-foot bag of potting soil
- One 36” half inch dowel rod or 36” rebar rod
- Soil Moist granules (optional)
- 20 – 30 annual plants