DIY Fairy Gardens Made From Damaged Pots


style=”text-align: justify;”>A brand new pattern has been growing amongst gardeners – fairy gardens. These are tiny gardens full of small stunning crops, succulents, and ornamental preparations. Nevertheless, an increasing number of gardeners have begun to rearrange these mini gardens in reused damaged terracotta pots – and so they look completely beautiful!

style=”text-align: justify;”>To create such a fairy backyard your self, you’ll want some damaged terracotta pots that you simply want to recycle, a hammer, some ornamental rocks, soil and, in fact, succulents and crops. Put your soil within the pot and place your bits of damaged pot, beginning with the most important all the way down to the smallest. You may make them smaller by breaking them with a hammer. Then, organize the smaller items into small compositions, akin to stairs or flowers.

(by way of: Bored Panda)

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