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Years ago my hubby made me the sweetest flower holder — from an old hay rake. Yes you can turn farm equipment into lawn art. All it takes is a little ingenuity. Read on and tell me what you think of his creation below. Me? I love it!
As I touched it up with spray paint for the spring, I thought y’all might enjoy seeing it. The teeth on an old hay rake are the “arms”.
And mine holds 6 of those wire basket flower pots — which I also touched up with some spray paint this year. They are lined with those coco basket liners. TIP: Add in your liner then add in a plastic grocery bag before adding dirt. That will help keep the water in and help your flowers to last longer.
I assume there are a variety of ways to do this. But hubby used a metal pole for the center. He made a round piece in the center for each “arm” to go through. And then welded it up (isn’t it great to have a hubby that welds??). This version has lasted us for years without the arms breaking off.
Now if I had better luck at training that clematis to actually CLIMB the pole. Do y’all have any advice for me there?
Be on the lookout for an old hay rake at a farm near you. Then use your own old farm equipment to make lawn art for your yard. Your flowers will look great hanging from one of these creations.
Now I am off to work in the rest of my yard. It never ends right? At least I have this beauty to stare at while I work! Let me know what you think of this old farm equipment now that it is all dolled up!
Want more ideas for your garden? Try this hanging herb garden for another gorgeous display!