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If you’re itching to do some landscaping – but don’t have the outdoor space to do it – then these mason jar planters may be just what you need. Stacy of Not Just a Housewife blog created this clever indoor gardening solution by screwing wire hose clamps to an old wooden board. She then screwed the board to the wall, placed the jars in the clamps and tightened them. You can place them in your kitchen or really any nook to fill up wall space, while adding a little bit of nature to your home. What types of flowers would you plant in these jar planters? Tell us in the comments below.

 Mason Jar Planters



9 Responses

  1. Amy says:

    Very cool! It is really amazing what you can do with things you have just laying around the house that would otherwise go to waste. Check out all these great things you can do with wine bottles – http://blog.purehome.com/2012/diy-roundup-5-thing….

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  3. Debra G. says:

    Brilliant idea! Here I have been taking space up for my herb garden on the counter when I could have been doing this. Love it, love it!

  4. Christina says:

    Love this idea. I'm all about bringing life into the home. Brightens up the space. :)

    Come check out some tasty homemade BBQ Baked Beans. http://www.becauseofmadalene.com/2012/05/mamas-bb


  5. TJ. says:

    Way to go, Stacy!!!!

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  7. Rhonda says:

    Love the lamp shade for the ceiling light. Just noticed this.

  8. Mary says:

    It does not match the decor and the plants have no drainage.

  9. Loving the information on this website , you have done outstanding job on the blog posts.

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