Eye-Catching Planters That Will Spill Fragrant Flowers Into Your Garden

Many already consider fragrant flowers to be a refreshing splash of color in their backyard or garden, so why not strengthen the impression by making them literally seem like a dash of spilled paint? These creative garden designs will show you how you can make flowers look like spilled streams and mounds of liquid color!

There’s no one right or wrong way to make your spilled-pot garden, but one thing most guides agree on is that you should bury about half of the pot in the ground. This, of course, makes spilled-pot planters a great way to recycle old or broken pots.

1.Terra Cotta Spilling Petunias

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2.Upended Barrel

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The use of an old barrel brings plenty of style and atmosphere to this simple, yet pretty display.

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3.Toothpaste Spilling Flowers

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4.Spilled Milk Can

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

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5.Flowing Urn

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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.

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6.Rolling Bucket

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7.So Pretty Fragrant Flowers Decoration

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8.Overflowing Basin

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This tabletop display is one of the more unique versions of the display that we’ve seen, and features a wide variety of succulents, which are low maintenance and come in an insane amount of varieties and shapes.

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9.Waterfall Urn

Waterfall blue lobelia - No other blue flower can match the intensity of Waterfall Blue lobelia, a perfect floral imitation of water flowing from the pot. Riverdene Gold Mexican Heather gives a lime green color around the container, and Rustic Orange coleus in behind looks good with the heather and the intense blue of the lobelia.

The vibrant, thick nature of these blue-purple flowers creates a waterfall effect from the mouth of this decorative, carved urn.

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10.Urn with Glass Baubles

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11.Dry Stream Bed With Floral River

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12.Barrel Spilling Flowers

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