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24" XL Wooden Stump Planter

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24” XL Wooden Stump Planter

 

This XL Wooden Stump planter is created with a hollowed out hole in the center so that one can set a pot or potting soil directly into the planter and watch it grow. The stump is an actual piece of wood, so the lifespan is long-lived. The larger planter that we have ranges near to 24 inches but can vary slightly. The larger one allows for more room for the plants to grow and spread which creates a dramatic, full look.

 

Transforming backyard eyesores into a beautiful garden of blooming flowers is quite doable, using wooden stumps planters. Not only do wooden stump planters turn your backyard into a beautiful garden, but they're also an excellent source of additional nourishment for your plants. As the wood in the stump begins to decay, this adds extra nutrients to plants; and if you're seeking to get rid of the wooden stump altogether, the more water you apply to the plants the quicker the wooden stump will begin to break down.

 

Using wooden stump planters is an ideal setting for any plant or flower, due to its additional nutrients, and some flowers make wooden stump planters the perfect fit because they're so easy to plant. Plants like annuals and bulbs are excellent choices for wooden stump plants; annuals make a good fit for wooden stump planters because they only bloom for one year, leaving no worries of transplanting precious plants if you decided to remove the wooden stump or if it were to fall apart. Because of the nutrients in the rotted wood, annuals bloom well in fertile organic soil, particularly Sweet William(Dianthus barbatus), as these annuals blossom best in the cold, fertile soil, yet grow in any plant hardiness zone. Most annuals are easy to care for in wooden stump planters because they're able to blossom in shady areas and thrive in any USDA zone.

 

Like annuals, bulbs thrive in wooden stump planters because of their hardiness and easiness to grow. Bulbs can also easily be dug up and transplanted if you decided to get rid of the wooden stump, and tubers such as Tulips(Tulipa spp.), bloom early in spring and come in a variety of sizes and colors. If you have a tall wooden stump, you can plant bulbs such as "Silverstream"; these yellow colored bulbs grow up to 2 feet tall and grow best in USDA zones 3 to 8. Also "Paperwhites"(Narcissus papyraceus "Ziva"), white daffodils, are delicate bulbs that bloom in late winter to early spring and soften the edges of your wooden stump planter, leaving them scented with a pleasant fragrance. Paperwhites are known for growing best in USDA zones 8 to 11.