Galvanized Metal Tubs as Planters Drill several holes in the bottom and put in a layer of gravel before adding your soil and plants. Once you drill holes in the bottom, use fingernail polish around the edges of the holes (inside & out) so the galvanized pots don't rust.
No Privacy? Plant Tall Grass in Galvanized Tubs - easy to grow & fast growing + Galvanized Container Gardening - lots of great pictures!!!
DIY Wine Bottle Fence. Use a diamond drill to make holes in the bottles and thread them on poles. Great idea for a room divider as well.
This summer -- Make a container garden for growing cucumbers, tomatoes, etc. in rubbermaid tubs. Great idea if you live in an apartment or just don't have the yard space.
Growing herbs in containers: galvanized bucket, plenty of drainage holes, clay pot shards in the bottom, filled with Organic Miracle Grow
Just in time... "How to drill holes in plant pots". Source: apartment therapy
Signature Gardens: CONTAINERS/ANNUALS - Spring/Summer (Great site for container-sun, part sun, shade. Also lists the plants I will need for each. KBz)
Use drill to make holes. Scoop seeds out of the bottom, not top.
punched holes with the push drill to represent constellations. I would also add time of year and approximate sky location at the time of night - just before bed. Planets would be great too!
Pots this size are great for tomatoes, seeing as how their essentially annuals. Use the best potting mix for veggies available & a time-released fertilizer.
Easy kiddie kitchen sinks - find a table, cut two holes - insert plastic tubs. great for a hot summer day.
Make it yourself. Colorful, appealing, and just as fun. With EasyLunchboxes compartmentalized containers.
These would be incredibly simple to make: Drill holes in wood, fill holes with glue gun and insert large twigs, let dry. Attach battery