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Stacked Flowerpots

Martha Stewart Living, February 2009

Sometimes small houseplants get lost among larger ones. Elevating smaller plants increases their visibility. And placing your pots at different levels will add a new dimension to the display. Simply turn a few small flowerpots upside down, and stack plants in pots of the same size on top. Intermingle these plants with larger ones. Use pots of the same material -- terra-cotta, for example -- to create a uniform look. (Place plants on a waterproof tray or drain before setting them in the desired location, so water leakage won't damage your surfaces.)

Comments (2)

  • SylBall 21 Jul, 2010

    There are many ways to use this idea. You can use different kinds of pots and larger ones as a base for raiseing up plants in pots. You can also put a small pot inside a large one and set your new plant on that to bring it up . I do this in my patio desplays all the time.

  • tesuquemom 21 Jul, 2010

    One will have to be extremely careful not to over water, as there's no saucer underneath and that could ruin the table.