10 Fragrant Flower Planters For Your Garden

If you are finding something to make your garden more beautiful and impressive, you are on the right track. In the post today, we will give you some great recommendations that you will fall in love with. That is spilling planters. These are decorative garden displays that use flowing patterns or vines to simulate water flowing out of an overturned planter, urn, or another vessel. They promise to keep you amazed!

Taking them a look you will see that all are so stunning, right? And some people think that all are so difficult to make. The answer here is not. They are so simple and don’t require a lot of effort. However, it will take a short time for your flowers to bloom, and after that, you will have great flower planters like this in your garden soon. The creativity is unlimited, and so you can make your own spilled flower garden. Here we go!

#1 Terra Cotta Spilling Petunias

This is one of the most simple ways to create a spilling flower pot display. You just partially bury a terra cotta planter in a planting bed and then planting small flowers spreading outwards and getting narrower as the display lengthens. Petunias are a great choice for an inexpensive, yet fragrant display.

#2 Spilled Milk Can

This is a more unique display featuring vintage milk can and a wealth of small white flowers flowing out of the mouth and out into the yard in a serpentine, widening, and narrowing pattern.

#3 Upended Barrel

This is a more country style spilled flower display inside of a well-landscaped flower bed. The use of an old barrel brings plenty of style and atmosphere to this simple, yet pretty display.

#4 Flowing Urn

This is a more complex version, featuring a large overturned clay urn secured to the yard with cobblestone. Out of the mouth of the urn, white, lavender, and violet flowers spray out across the yard. The flowers are arranged in bands, somewhat like ripples. They look great!!!

#5 “Floating” Barrels

This is a seriously impressive version of the spilled planter, with two large barrels suspended from a wire and trails of yellow and red flowers seeming to pour from the mouth. The centerline of purple flowers seems to flow out of the mouth of the middle barrel on the ground. Surely this idea will make your garden more impressive than ever.

#6 Waterfall Urn

These blue-purple flowers create a waterfall effect from the mouth of this decorative, carved urn. The color is absolutely stunning next to the rich redwood chip bed. The wood chips are a perfect addition since they cover the soil and add to the illusion that the flowers are pouring out of the urn.

#7 Rolling Bucket

This lightweight bucket has flowers that spill out of it forming a slightly arched “pool” of flowers, resembling a puddle made by a rolling bucket.

#8 Overflowing Basin

This tabletop display is one of the more unique versions of the display. The bottom dish is filled with small succulents, while the pitcher is filled with a more vine-like variety to simulate pouring water.

#9 Urn with Glass Baubles

If you choose a more simple plant to display, like these vines or ferns, you may choose to dress up the display by using a bold colored ceramic planter or add small glass baubles on stakes.

#10 Dry Stream Bed With Floral River

Here we see another simple display featuring a terra cotta pot and a large, flowing array of small light blue flowers. Absolutely gorgeous!

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