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June 1, 2014

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  2. Jane says:

    The blue tin can’s look lovely on the fence!

  3. […] this upcycling project is! All you need is some clean empty cans and some screws to make this charming mini garden! Note: if you’re going to put edible plants in these, do not spray paint the inside of the […]

  4. Hannah says:

    I love this idea! Do you have any info about growing herbs in cans that are spray painted? I worry about the toxicity of the paint being used in something I will eat. Thanks!

  5. Lisa says:

    I love these! The blue tins look so good in the fence. You’ve given me some ideas for my own place.

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  9. John Ford says:

    This is awesome! We have customers asking us for unique fencing ideas, and love finding creative options to help incorporate more plants and greenery. It’s good for the soul. I’m checking out the rest of your site!

  10. […] Spray painted tin cans make for absolutely adorable, not to mention, extremely affordable, planters. Full Tutorial […]

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  15. […] A tall fence can potentially be turned into a beautiful vertical garden if you hang pots on it. Instead of pots a nice idea can be to use repurposed tin cans. Paint the outside of the cans to make them stand out and plant cute little flowers in each one. This way you can expand your garden in a creative and interesting manner. You can find out details about this project on cieradesign. […]

  16. […] Nail empty cans to the fence so your plants have access to more […]

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  21. […] Last year I already shared with you the best tin can recycle craft ideas. But the thing is there are still so many more creative ways to recycle used tincans. How about painting these empty tincans and turn them into beautiful planters for your fence. Every spring and summer I feel like giving a total makeover to my yard.  Source/Tutorial: cieradesign […]

  22. What a great fence idea! We’re always looking for creative ideas to share with our clients, and we hadn’t thought of this. Glad our Google search pulled this article up!

  23. […] Make your fence pretty by growing flowers in painted tin cans! This would even work for a small herb garden and it’s perfect for small […]

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  28. […] Tin Can Fence Garden –  Super cute and easy to install, these upcycled tin cans are filled with quaint flowers and attached directly to your fence. Perfect for gardeners with small backyards! […]

  29. Edie says:

    Might look kinda cool to alternate sizes of cans and colors maybe blue w/ yellow speckles in the opposite ones in yellow with blue speckles for an example

  30. Pat says:

    What a cute idea. What size of cans did u use?

  31. ERFmama says:

    Thanks for this!! I never even thought about it! Will DEFINITELY do this!!

  32. Karen Evelyn says:

    I love this idea! I think it would be great for strawberries. You could put water drip lines to keep them watered in the hottest part of the summer. What a great splash of color!

  33. So super cute! Our new house has a huge fence and I planned on doing this as well, but wasn’t sold on a color until now. The blue is perfection!

  34. Sara says:

    Tried something like this last year but with full sun and 105*+ temps all summer (Central CA) our plants didn’t stand a chance 🙁
    They burned or the soil dried out faster than we could water them (daily basis). Any tips on how to improve that situation? I love the look!

    • Ciera says:

      We have not been through the hottest part of summer yet, so I hope this doesn’t happen! One flower has died so far but the others are fine. Try something that can handle a little less water, maybe even succulents or cacti!

    • Stacey says:

      try using what I call ever blooms aka as plastic flowers. Gives you color and the apperance of flowers without the having to water, deadhead, or weed. I use this in place getting real flowers to grow will not work.

    • Del says:

      Fill big 5 gallon buckets under them and put cotten rope from bucket to plant. Plant will absorb water as needed. It workes great for me when I have to leave town for a few days .

  35. Carmia says:

    I love it! It definitely adds some colour to that fence, and the photos are lovely, too.

  36. Daniel Dohoczki says:

    Linda a sua idéia e bem prática…..parabéns!!

  37. What a cute idea! It definitely spruces up the backyard tons!

  38. Kara says:

    I love this idea, Ciera! Great work. I guess I need to get some outdoor space first…

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