If you long to get your hands back in the ground after a long winter, plants are not the perfect solution.
Containers provide a safe alternative to planting in the ground, especially when you live in a colder climate – they are safe from the still thawing soil and you can easily move them to a place with plenty of sunlight. Are you looking for inspiration?
Check out these beautiful ones spring plants ideas.
A colorful wonder plant wonderland
Fight dull early spring weather with this amazing wicker plant.
It is painted with a brilliant coat of paint so that your porch looks livelier and more cheerful before the new leaves start to appear. The best part?
You can make it yourself with a shopping basket and a can of spray paint.
Bold beautiful plants that pop
There is one thing that beautiful spring plants have in common: color.
If you want to bring new life to the front entrance, try combining several plants and flowers in the same pot.
Use larger pots for a multi-level live display.
Bring the green with extra mash
Do you need color in the spring?
Cover your old flower pots with faux moss. The result looks fresh and organic, as if it sprouted from the ground.
Plus, the green color complements any plant you choose.
Cheery hand-painted sunflower plants
Train your creativity this winter by painting plants in anticipation of spring.
Hand-painted flowers and leaves update old pots, giving them a new look for the upcoming season.
Use any type of paint and coat your design with a clear sealant to prevent fading.
Classic beauty with traditional flower boxes
You can not go wrong with traditional flower boxes – they are a classic option to suit any type of home.
We love to use flower boxes when space is limited; here they line a walkway and add a splash of color without getting in the way of visitors.
Classic Silk Daisy Centerpiece
Enjoy the beauty of spring opening without the work of using a plant filled with fake flowers.
The bright colors look lovely in the house or on the porch.
Best of all, these flowers require no maintenance.
Decoupaged watercolor flowerpot
Your friends will never guess that you made this flowerpot – it looks like it comes from an expensive home improvement store.
It is surprisingly easy to make; all you have to do is cut flowers out of watercolor paper and apply them to the pot with decoupage glue.
Elegant hand-painted dogwood flower pot
Are you a skilled artist?
Put your skills to work by painting a cheap clay pot.
Add flowers, green spaces or any design that strikes your desire. Use the pot for flowers or green areas.
Eye-catching stoneware wall planters
Turn a simple wall into an art installation using inexpensive stone plantations and paint.
Here, multicolored pots have matching painted depths for a uniform, earthy look.
Use pots in a single color to get a more minimalist feel.
From flour blind to flower tin
Have you ever seen old mailboxes in antique shops?
Next time you do, pick one up and cover it with a coat of chalkboard paint to create a custom plant.
Write a message on the front page to welcome spring.
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Beautiful and functional plants on several levels
Light up your front entrance with these clever multi-level plants.
They are a breeze to make; all you have to do is put a smaller pot in the ground in a bigger pot and add plants.
Paint the pots or leave them plain.
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Gray-washed wood barrel welcome sign
Reflect on the open, inviting style of your household by combining a large planter with a welcome sign.
A wooden barrel is a fantastic plant, and the “handle” acts as a support for a simple metal sign.
Natural inspiration with moss-covered plants
Put a modern spin on a classic potted plant by choosing square plants.
Cover them with a layer of artificial moss to soften the edges and add extra color to an indoor or outdoor space.
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Oldschool Distressed Wood Crate Planters
Bring the vintage details out into your house by turning an old-school wooden grating into a planter.
The trick is to leave the original print on the wood; it adds an antique charm that enhances the beauty of your flowers.
Rustic tree plant boxes
Do you have time to spend in the wood shop?
Make scrap for these beautiful tree plants.
The different colors add rustic charm, and boxes are tough enough to mount on a fence or wall.
Lurvet Chic Upcycled Boot Planter
If you love unexpected decorating, these boot plants are the perfect spring project.
They wear real cowboy boots; the leather helps to create ideal planting conditions.
If you do not have old boots, stop by the thrift store for an affordable pair.
Sparkling glass mosaic flower pots
Add extra spring color to your porch with glass mosaic tiles.
When you apply them to a planter, they reflect sunlight and create rainbow sparkles in your outdoor space.
We love that the pot looks lovely with or without blooming flowers.
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Sweet teapot flower potted plants
If you live in a country-inspired home, bring some cottage charm to the spring sowing season with a teapot-themed flower pot.
Paint the pattern yourself using craft paint – add black and white trim for a modern twist.
Unique vintage painted basket plants
With its natural structure and intricate woven pattern, a basket plantation is perfect for spring.
Give your plants a makeover with a coat of white paint; it looks fresh and makes your flowers look even more vibrant.
Upcycled cans as sweet garden highlights
Do not throw your cans in the trash this week – set them aside for custom DIY plants.
Drill a few drainage holes in the bottom and paint each can in a different pattern.
Used together, your plants create a riot of color and life for your pot table.
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Live mini succulent flower pots
Take a succulent to the next level with a colorful pot.
Use as many colors as possible and paint a geometric design on the outside of the pan.
The cheerful shades look beautiful by the green succulents and create a nice decoration for your desk or coffee table.
Vivid colored art-inspired ceramic flowerpot
Are you an art lover?
Recreate your favorite paintings on your spring flower pots.
They do not have to be perfect; you can even put your own creative spin on each design for a truly unique garden experience.
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Vintage tricycle wrought iron plant stand
Cute and charming, this vintage plant stand looks right at home in front of a country house or a suburban apartment.
The Old-World design has curved lines that complement the organic feel of any outdoor space.
Wall planters: Maximum beauty with minimal space
Planting can be a challenge when the space is for a prize.
This is where this smart wall planter comes in – the low container provides equal space for a variety of colorful plants.
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Whimsical repurposed ladder plant shelf
Keep your plants away from the cool soil with this creative DIY shelf plant shelf.
Replace the steps with old dressers and you have instant boxes for plants that look amazing on the porch.