A use for the cute little Bunnings pots.
With an extra coat hanger on each side, and thin aluminium wire to serve as the holders. This means taller plants can accommodated.
coat hanger wire pot holders.
Try keeping this lot out?
Cute little project @Jamespeter100. Well done! Many thanks for sharing more inspiration with the community.
Hi @Jamespeter100 - that’s a very inventive and creative potstand you’ve made there. I like it - good for people who live in small spaces 😊
Great idea and well executed there..
But it's got me thinking about expanding it into a rotating herb and salad plantation system that can be placed on the outside wall of a small balcony that doesn't really have enough room for container gardening- just spin it to grab the herbs or greens you want and rotate it to water. If I follow through I'll come back and post plans and photos. cheers, Paul
Great idea @nimbinpaul. We are looking forward to seeing that! Please do share photos when you get cracking on it.
Fantastic to have you join the community. You'll find plenty of like-minded people in the community who are keen to get stuck into projects around the home and garden. We have loads of members sharing amazing creations and helpful advice every day. Feel free to post anytime you need a hand with something or have something new to share. And please let me know if you ever need assistance getting the most from the site or have feedback about how we can improve Workshop for you.
Using the cute little Bunnings pots, a Ferris wheel can be made using wire coat hangers.
With succulents, from Bunnings.
getting old, forgot if posted already. I can add the procedure if anyone interested.
That looks like a fun project, @Jamespeter100! As always, I'm sure our members would be more than interested to know how you create these wonderful projects, so any additional information you can provide would be appreciated.
Does it rotate as well? That might not be optimal for stability but would certainly be the icing on the cake for me.
Many thanks for sharing.