Container Planting – Artisan Terra Cotta Pots

Container Planting – Artisan Terra Cotta Pots

When thinking about container planting, the traditional terra-cotta or resin pot you typically see in stores comes to mind. However, when you take a closer look at different decorative gardening supplies, you’ll be surprised (like me, since I forgot I had these!) at what a beautiful and unique planting you can create! Follow along in Part 4 of 4 different styles of vessels you can use as planters. As well as where you might be able to find them (like in your garage or storage shed). You may be surprised where some of these turn up!

Style 4 – Artisan Terra Cotta Pot (Not Your Typical Terra Cotta Planter)

Using some Artisan Terra Cotta Pots that I found when going through my gardening supplies. What great timing! We wanted to plant some herbs that can be more aggressive and tend to take over the garden if planted in the ground. By container planting them, they will be more controlled and look beautiful as well!

Two artisan terra cotta pot containers planted with herbs
Two artisan terra cotta pots with oregano plants on the left and mint plants on the right.
I was able to create an above ground herb container garden for these more aggressive herbs.
That way they will not take over the garden like if planted in the ground!

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Where To Find Some Unique Terra Cotta-like Pots To Use As Planters

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