Alice Mongkongllite / BuzzFeed 1. Tea Tin Herbs House & Home / Via houseandhome.com No outdoor space? No problem! Use up those tea tins by turning them into a fun little indoor herb garden. 2. Dip Dye Planters I Spy DIY / Via ispydiy.com Go ombre with your greenery by dip-dyeing a set of neutral planters. 3. Geometric Planters Tan of Squirrelly Minds / Via kollabora.com Use PVC pipe to make a set of modern geometric planters. 4. Tiny Polymer Clay Pots Transient Express / Via transientexpression.com Use polymer clay to make sweet baby-size plant pots. 5. Vintage Lampshade Planters Hipaholic / Via kollabora.com Turn thrifted finds into colorful hanging planters. 6. Cedar Root Planter Jennifer / Via kollabora.com A gorgeous way to reuse driftwood is by turning it into a planter. 7. Striped Spring Vases Mark Montano / Via kollabora.com Brighten up your blooms with beautiful striped vases. 8. Denim Basket Ama Ryllis / Via kollabora.com Collect blooms, fruits, and veggies in a sturdy woven denim basket. Bonus: You can use an old pair of jeans or a jacket to make this! 9. Hand-Stitched Planters Stitches & Crafts / Via kollabora.com Stitch and stencil some cute lil' plant holders for your tables and windowsills. 10. Hanging Tin Garden Stephanie / Via kollabora.com Make use of a tight backyard space by hanging your plants in colorful painted tins. 11. Mini Brass Hanging Planter Apartment Therapy / Via apartmenttherapy.com Miniature plants are adorable. Miniature hanging plants are even more adorable. 12. Hanging Metal Globe Design Sponge / Via designsponge.com An interesting way to add a Space Age touch to your planting decor. 13. Trough Centerpiece How to Nest for Less / Via howtonestforless.com Show off all those pretty blooms from your garden in a cool trough centerpiece. 14. Wooden Plant Stand Remodelacholic / Via remodelaholic.com Decorating your outdoor space can be fun, especially when you have a set of awesome wooden plant stands to show off. 15. Garden Markers Wit & Whistle / Via witandwhistle.com Never mix up your basil and your thyme with pretty clay garden markers. 16. Modern Cement Planters Apartment Therapy / Via apartmenttherapy.com Cement not only stands the test of time but is also a clean, minimal way to display your favorite plants. 17. Roll-Up Gardener's Apron Gardenista / Via gardenista.com For the serious gardener, an easy roll-up apron to carry all of your tools and essentials. 18. Vertical Pallet Garden Jenna Burger / Via jennaburger.com When it doubt, garden vertically! 19. Ladder Herb Garden Ginger Snap Crafts / Via gingersnapcrafts.com You don't need a lot of space to have a beautiful outdoor herb garden. 20. Cedar Garden Bed The Happier Homemaker / Via thehappierhomemaker.com Carve out your own little garden space with an easy cedar plant bed. 21. Tin Can Fence Garden Ciera Design / Via cieradesign.com All the benefits of beautiful greenery without all the messy extras. 22. Fabric Plant Mark Montano / Via kollabora.com You can't kill a plant made out of fabric! (Or can you...) 23. Paper Succulents Lia Griffith / Via kollabora.com Cute little paper succulents make for great table decor, no gardening necessary.