9 Cool DIY Birdcage Planter Ideas

Use birdcages to create delightful plant centerpieces for both indoors and outdoors. Take a cue from these 9 cool DIY Birdcage Planter Ideas!

1. Birdcage Planter  Birdcage Planter

Display this birdcage planter to add a creative influence to your garden. You can hang it indoors or outdoors on a tree or near a door. The choice is yours. Check out the tutorial here.

2. Succulent Bird Cage Planter

Succulent Bird Cage Planter Transform a white birdcage into this interesting succulent planter for your patio or balcony. Since succulents require less attention, they are the best fit for this project. Look for the tutorial at The Gardening Cook.

3. Succulent Birdcage Planter

diy birdcage planter ideas Use assorted succulents of different colors to create this astonishing centerpiece like DIY birdcage planter. Watch the tutorial here.

4. Flowers in Birdcage

Colorful flowers caged inside a birdcage. This ornamental birdcage feature is easy to make with the help of tutorial available at the BHG. Also, check out this birdcage flower garden idea here.

5. Hanging Birdcage Planter

Fit coco liner inside a large birdcage and proceed with planting flower annuals or succulents. Pretty simple and quick DIY. The directions are here.

6. Bird Cage into Planter

Apart from being a showy element in the garden, this pretty birdcage planter can be a wonderful gift. Follow the DIY tutorial here.

7. Bird Cage Planter

Use birdcages to create delightful plant centerpieces for both indoors and outdoors. Take a cue from these 9 cool DIY Birdcage Planter Ideas! You need sphagnum moss, potting soil, flowering plants, birdcage and a perfect spot to display this art. Get the instructions here.

8. Cagey Plant Hanger

Cagey Plant Hanger See how this gardener has grown a Mandevilla vine in a birdcage. It looks awesome, get the details here.

9. Miniature Succulent Bird Cages

Miniature Succulent Bird Cages This is probably the cutest of all the DIY birdcage planter ideas in the list, done with mini birdcages. We found the idea here.
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