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Chicago Landscaping: Planter Designs for the 4th of July!

Have Some Fun Making Your 4th of July Planters with the Kids and Grands!

Regardless of whether you plan to spend your 4th of July enjoying a quiet day or are hosting or attending a big party, we found some great ways to party-up your planters for the holiday. You can use these ideas at for home –  or if you’re extra nice, you can give them as gifts to your party hosts. Here are some of our favorite ideas from around the Web!

DIY Planter Pot

Happyhealthyhip Parenting offers a fun and easy way to paint your terra cotta planters in a festive, 4th of July kind of way. And you can let your kids and grandkids in on the fun!

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Hand Painted Galvanized Pot

Visit a Pumpkin & a Princess for their directions on how to make this galvanized container and for more great 4th of July crafts!

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Upcycle Your Cans

Mom4Real offers an easy way to recycle soup cans to make great flower containers. Visit their site for instructions.

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Make a Cinder Block Planter

Lindsay Chapa Branum submitted her cinder block planter idea to the Grillo Design blog. Easy and fun, you can get directions here.

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Creating your outdoor space takes some time, patience, vision and creativity. When you’re ready to move ahead, our team is highly experienced in all facets of landscape design. We’ll be happy to talk with you in person or over the phone to discuss how we can help you with your planning and outdoor overhaul. Feel free to call us or contact us online to get started with a discussion about your Chicago landscaping ideas and needs.

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Anne Roberts
Anne Roberts
Chicago Landscaper, Master Gardener, Green Roof Specialist & Degreed Horticulturist at Anne Roberts Gardens

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