Instead Of Throwing Away Her Rusty Wheelbarrow, She Transforms It Into A Gorgeous Piece For Her Home
Marilyn Caylor 5/18/2016
Need a new planter in your garden? These unconventional planters on wheels can be repurposed from bicycles, toy trucks and even grocery carts!
This fertilizer spreader planter from Meadowbrook Farm is doing exactly what its name says it's supposed to do, except in this case it's spreading lots of joy! What a perfect place to grow a few happy marigolds.
Amazing Shopping Cart Planter
You'll definitely want to shop around for the veggies and flowers to grow in this beautiful planter from a Place For Pollinators. If you're lucky, a cute cat might show up to accessorize your new garden display! How cool is it that the foliage grows in almost all directions, so it can be viewed from just about any angle?
Awesome Tire Swing Planter
You're probably familiar with the old tire swing that has brought countless kids years of summer fun. Why not let your plants have a little bit of fun too? Let them gently rock and sway in the breeze with this sky blue tire. Just hang it from the branches with a set of chains! The folks at DIY Show Off can teach you how to show off your own creation.
Toy Truck Planter
Toy dump trucks are meant to be emptied and re-filled with dirt, especially if there are little boys hanging around. However, this awesome little truck is happy to just sit still and let a cool little garden grow in its bed of dirt!
Classic Wagon Wheel Trellis
In the old days, a dusting of dirt was the only thing to crawl up this rusty wagon wheel. Now the only thing wanting to adorn this wheel are some gorgeous roses! All you need to do is weave the branches in-between the spokes to attain this special look.
An old wheelbarrow is a perfect holding spot for your garden delights! Invite Simply Swider into your backyard to show you how to make your own wheelbarrow planter.
If your bike has seen better days, why not transform it into the ultimate standing flower planter? Add a wicker basket for classic bicycle charm! You can find some great DIY instructions over at Our Fairfield Home & Garden's blog.
Wagon Wheel Succulent Planter
An old wagon wheel gives you multiple options if you're trying to decide which succulents to plant. Instead of having to choose from just one succulent, you can plant a different one in-between each of the spokes! Carlene over at Organized Clutter can tell you which varieties she uses in her garden.
Tiny Red Wagon Planter
This adorable red wagon can be transformed to a planter in just three easy steps! Just drill holes for drainage, add a layer of rocks, and then top it off with dirt. Now it's ready to fill with your favorite blooms! Check out Pretty Handy Girl's blog for a great step-by-step tutorial.
Garden On Wheels
These impressive planters are not only easy to make, but they are a great conversation piece to add to your backyard garden. A classic red wagon, or even wagon wheels, make surprisingly great containers to hold your beautiful flowers and plants!