Tree Trunk As Ornamental Plant Pot

@ilocosboy (32117)
Philippines
October 16, 2017 5:49am CST
I think this is beautiful and unique. Why not, isn't it? It could add attraction to our beautiful ornamental and flowering plants in the garden. Instead of using the clay pot which is easy to break and costly especially the larger size, make the innovative way and use the tree trunk as plant pot. Of course, this is good when you have dead trees with body size in your area. Saw it and chisel inside and if you want it to classy and pretty paint it according to your desired color. The idea would be unique and I'm sure people who will saw your lovely plant will also be amaze with the trunk pot you use. I took the photo
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17 responses
@franxav (3643)
16 Oct
They look very beautiful. Tree trunks are so trendy that some companies are making artificial tree trunks with plastic.
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@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
16 Oct
if they can use the plastic as trunk, well the best is for them to use the real trunk as pot, imagine that when this is painted, I think it is so beautiful
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@franxav (3643)
16 Oct
@ilocosboy Real trunks are not easily available, especially in cities, this is the reason why they are going for artificial trunks.
@TRBRocks420 (60936)
• Banks, Oregon
16 Oct
Those are cool and, a very good idea.
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@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
16 Oct
and because the trunks are just anywhere so I think it will not be a problem to make one.
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@TRBRocks420 (60936)
• Banks, Oregon
16 Oct
@ilocosboy Yes, not really hard to make at all and, quite easy to get materials.
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@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
16 Oct
it just around the corner.
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@m_audrey6788 (10788)
• Germany
16 Oct
Very nice
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@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
16 Oct
Indeed, especially when painted.
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• Germany
16 Oct
@ilocosboy Yes very true
@jobelbojel (4735)
• Philippines
16 Oct
Very good idea. How about the durability? Since it is would, will it last?
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@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
16 Oct
Sometimes it depends on the wood, the harder the woods the better. But in case the trunk is the softer kind, no worries because when you painted that kind of wood it will become tougher.
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@peachpurple (9891)
• Malaysia
16 Oct
But that trunk isn't cheap unless you chop down that tree
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@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
16 Oct
well, if you live in the central city it would be expensive, but if you are living in the province like ours, its cheap.
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• Malaysia
16 Oct
@ilocosboy how much it cost for a trunk?
@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
16 Oct
I'm sorry I don't know the price
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@ebanreb (4100)
• Philippines
17 Oct
amazingly beautiful and unique. Nice one brother
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@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
17 Oct
I think I'm going to make more of this, I just got an idea to make more, he he.
@ebanreb (4100)
• Philippines
17 Oct
@ilocosboy Go on and give me one hahaha lol
@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
17 Oct
oh course, why not
@allen0187 (26398)
• Philippines
17 Oct
It is a good idea. Very artistic and nature-friendly.
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@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
17 Oct
We can make the trunk more valuable than just use as firewood.
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@allen0187 (26398)
• Philippines
17 Oct
@peavey (15865)
• United States
16 Oct
I would like to do that for my outdoor plants next year!
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@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
16 Oct
its really good, I have a trunk here so I guess I may cut that log again.
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@peavey (15865)
• United States
17 Oct
@ilocosboy I would if I were you!
@prashu228 (22205)
• India
16 Oct
That's beautiful tree trunk pot. It's added attraction.
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@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
16 Oct
thank you very much, I will do more.
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@prashu228 (22205)
• India
17 Oct
@ilocosboy why to waste tree trunks , when you can get such beautiful pots...do more and enjoy..
@sol_cee (13230)
• Japan
17 Oct
Instead of throwing them away, or chopping for them for firewood, it's a much better idea.
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@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
17 Oct
yeah, its really a nice idea.
@kepweng (5939)
17 Oct
its nice recycled trees have you buy one?
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@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
17 Oct
this is what they made, now I'm going to make my own, he he
@YrNemo (7625)
16 Oct
very artistic and beautiful .
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@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
17 Oct
Indeed this is beautiful
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@amadeo (46297)
• United States
16 Oct
Good for you and a great idea there.
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@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
16 Oct
it's really a good idea.
@Kandae11 (25660)
16 Oct
Amazing! - we do have something similar in our garden.
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@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
16 Oct
well, if we have saw, its easy to make. Yes, a pot like this is good display in the garden.
@sharon6345 (106620)
• United States
16 Oct
I like it as well. it's very original.
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@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
16 Oct
the only problem is sawing and chiseling it.
@responsiveme (14385)
• India
16 Oct
It is indeed
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@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
16 Oct
no need to buy the clay plant pot.
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@ridingbet (36485)
• Philippines
16 Oct
those plants are succulent.
@ilocosboy (32117)
• Philippines
16 Oct
maybe these succulent plants are best for wooden pot.
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@ridingbet (36485)
• Philippines
18 Oct
@ilocosboy i agree. we have succulent plants in plastic pots.
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