5 Brilliant Ways To Hack Your Garden Planters With Pool Noodles

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The basic hack here is bringing a stylish oversized planter down to earth with pool noodles. Start by adding some bricks to the bottom of the vessel to ensure that the foam sticks don’t block any drainage holes. Then coil a few noodles inside — as many as you need to snugly hold your plant’s container inside the larger one. If both the inner and outer pots are ceramic, the sticks should provide plenty of insulation to keep them from banging together and chipping or cracking. Obviously, this works best with relatively small plants in fairly large containers. Bigger plants might need the full space of the pot for soil, while smaller pots don’t need the inner pot at all. TikTok maker of “completely unpredictable content” @lifeon_deerdrive likes the portability of this solution, noting that you can take the inner vessel out at the end of the season and bring it inside or otherwise protect it from winter weather.

Large outdoor planters are nothing new, but big pots — and especially concrete planters — are emerging as an indoor trend as well. They can be statement pieces or can serve an architectural function, helping to define a space. Sometimes the containers hold big plants like trees, but they tend to have an impact no matter what they hold.

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