Don't be dull... choose a quirky pot for your plants.
Whether you have a huge garden, a tiny terrace or no outdoor space at all why not get creative with how you display your plants?
No longer should greenery be confined to run of the mill planters, take a look at our selection of quirky alternatives to get you inspired.
A wall-mounted planter provides great scope for an ever-changing work of art. Mix sculptural and trailing forms for a textural effect.
Wally Pocket One wall planter (two used together) is £28.99 and available form Woolly Pocket.
Get a touch of retro style with these charming macramé hanging baskets. Group them together for maximum impact and make them a real talking point. Starting at £47 from Graham and Green.
Holdalls make quirky plant containers and, with their workaday connotations, are appropriate choice for stairs and hallways.
We love the scrunched up paper bag by Italian design brand Essent’ial.
Hanging planters filled with fresh herbs is a great idea for cooking if space is tight in the kitchen. Prices for the Sky Planters start at £14.95 from boskke.
An inexpensive metal bucket can be transformed into a beautiful floral display with a little imagination, adding fairy lights means you can carry on enjoying the flowers into the night. Perfect for those who only have a little balcony.
An attractive container, like this vintage enamel teapot works as well inside the house as out. Fill with delicate blooms for a striking centerpiece.