Update on Plant Stand

UPDATED POST:  If you want a plant stand like this one please order from Friendship Garden.com   They hold the original patent. She has the most wonderful website full of different kinds of plant stands, accessories, pot hangers, and an amazing photo gallery.




I planted Asparagus Fern, Ostrich Fern, Begonias, Sweet Potato Vine, and Creeping Jenny. I can't wait to use my other stand. I'm thinking maybe a fountain? 


17 comments:

  1. Hi! Just found your blog - not sure how - just following along from blog to blog, I guess :) I'm very interested in your plant stand and followed the link you posted but I couldn't quite figure out what to do. I order the metal thingy and then buy pots to stack, right? You mentioned that it only costs $20 but on the website they are almost twice that much. Can you make heads or tails about this for me? Love it, btw, it looks beautiful!

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    1. Thank you! Yes, you buy the metal thingy which has "feet" that makes it fit perfectly into a pot then you stack the other pots on top. It's $34.95 because of shipping. I emailed him and asked if he would share his festival schedule. I will let you know if he emails me back. I am also going to post a link to a tutorial from Homestoriesatoz in this post. She made one using rebar. Hope this helps Sandy!

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    2. Thanks, Angie! I am going right now to the website to order one! We have a new deck and this would be a wonderful addition -or maybe on the front porch. Anyway, I love it and I need one! Thanks for a speedy reply!

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    3. Sandy, please refer to the new link above. Send me your email address so I can message you about it. Thanks!

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  2. Just beautiful! You're great with plants. ~ Jamie

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    1. Thank you Jamie! You are always so sweet! :)

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  3. Wow, I have never seen anything quite like this before. This just validates I know nothing about gardening. Thanks to you I can now learn :)

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    1. Awww, thank you Mandy! Believe me there is so much I still don't know. I just buy what I like. It's really just decorating but in your yard. :)

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  4. I love it! There used to be a plant stand that used this concept at the town square... it was a scarecrow at a florist shop and he was always decked out for the season. :-)

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    1. That sounds so cute! I'm going to have to remember that. There are so many ways to use these stands. :)

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  5. Adorable!!! may have to look into this! Thanks for the link! ;)

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    1. Thank you! They are so cute and fun!

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  6. That is so stinkin cute. I have always wanted to try the topsy pots. Thanks so much for stopping by and your sweet comment.

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    1. Thank you Debbie! Love your blog! Thanks for visiting!

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  7. This really is fun-looking...who knew what you could do with standard flower pots$

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    1. I know! There are so many other things you can do with this as well. Use buckets instead or make a fountain out of it.

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  8. You have to see the available space where you are planning to place your plants. Try to see the location in order to get the size that can fit the said location.

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