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How do you grow a large tree stump into a planter?
Last Updated: 25th January, 2020
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Regarding this, what plants can grow in a tree stump?
Ferns, a variety of wildflowers, cornflower, marigolds, phlox, there are so many options. You can grow other plants around it. This tree stump planter will not go unnoticed and become one of the most beautiful focal points of your garden.
Secondly, what can I do with a large tree stump? Here are some ways you can upcycle tree stumps or fallen trees, into things that are useful and to be treasured.
- Tree Stump Flower Planter.
- Make a Mosaic table.
- A small sitting table.
- Candle Holders.
- Make a small bookshelf, or woodshelf.
- A Bird Bath.
- Sitting stool.
- Plant Markers.
One may also ask, can you plant in a tree stump?
After you have a satisfactory planting hole, you can then add some compost or potting soil and begin filling your tree stump with plants. You can plant seedling or nursery plants or even sow your seeds directly into the stump planter in spring.
What can I plant in a rotting tree stump?
- Annuals. Annuals are a good choice for rotting tree stumps because of their temporary nature.
- Vines. Plant vines if you want to disguise your stump.
- Foliage Plants. Foliage plants are grown for their leaves rather than their flowers.