I created a pot stacker for the garden, and really liked how it turned out, so will be making some more.
I hammered a metal rod into the ground and then started stacking the pots, 2 of each size, rim to rim.
I have always wanted to do something similar with rocks. Drill a hole in them and stack them with rebar. I also love Lindasewandsew's pics of one lady's succulent garden where she stacked clay pots on rebar and planted succulents in each of them. I think she used small lengths of hose to separate the pots. I suppose these are just a different form of the glass totems! Your pots will look very neat once they are weathered and a little mossy.
Those are cool!
Looks good! Good way to know where your pots are too! Jan
I like the one that used some pipe to separate the pots. Thanks Luna. And I think rocks would be wonderful for stacking if they could be drilled.
Great idea! And I LOVE the armillary in the background too!
Isn't it funny how something so simple can look sooooooooo good. Great ides.
Looks neat in your garden. Have fun making more. TFS.
I've made a pot stacker for this year.
Here is a link that might be useful: pot stacker
I love the stacker it is so cute. And I love clay pots. But they don't do well in the cold weather. Has anyone got a treatnent method to protect them from moisture in the winter?
Thank you for sharing.
I take all my clay pots in for winter storage, because as you say they don't survive the freeze/thaw cycles of winter here in Ontario, Canada