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9 Planters We Love For Spring

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Over the next several weeks we’ll be bringing you ideas for getting your home ready for spring (and fantasizing about that warm weather to come).

In this week’s installment, we’re bringing you nine planters that we love both on their own, but also filled with beautiful herbs or annuals.

Any of these would be great for indoors or out, or even to give as gifts.

Concrete Fluted Planter, Short, Medium, Large, and Tall

We love these concrete planters. They’re modern, with a bit of tradition, and they would look great lining any patio or walkway in your backyard.

www.potterybarn.com, $99-$169


Chalkboard Herb Planter

Pot your favorite herbs and then write the names on the side with these chalkboard planters. Display outside or on a windowsill.

http://www.anthropologie.com, $58


Faceted Terrariums

More for indoor use than outdoors, these glass and brass terrariums are the perfect homes for succulents or air plants that need little love to stay fresh and green.

http://www.westelm.com, $29-$44


Sphere Hanging Baskets

We love these modern hanging baskets that come in zinc and rust. Create your own arrangements to make a minimalist statement, or maximum impact.

http://www.shopterrain.com, $38-$198


Reclaimed Wood Wall Planter

Wall planters are becoming all the rage, so we especially love this version that is made from reclaimed wood (another trend we’re seeing a lot of).

http://www.williams-sonoma.com, $180


Round Terrarium

We love these little glass globes clustered together in a group hanging from trees outside or placed running down a table inside. Fill them with plants or candles to create a truly whimsical atmosphere.

http://www.wayfair.com, $21


Black Steel Flower Wagon

Not all planters are created equal as seen by this flower wagon. Park it wherever you need a bit of color or fragrance.

http://www.homedepot.com, $15


Carved Teak Oval Planter

This rustic planter would look fabulous on a dining room table indoors or out. Fill with fruit, herbs, plants, or flowers (freshly cut or planted will do).

http://www.shopterrain.com, $48


Belham Living Wood Madrid Planter

Another trend that we will never tire of is chevron. We love that this planter brings this pattern and mixes it together with a natural material so form definitely meets function.

http://www.hayneedle.com, $120-$205

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