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Don’t you love the smell of spring time? After a long winter of bare gardens, it is always great to be able to add pops of color back into your home. Whether you have a big garden or no garden at all, beautiful planters can be used to enhance your indoor and outdoor space.

Having a planter collection means that you can fill your home with nature’s beauty, without the need for grass. If you live in an apartment with no outdoor area, planters are a great way to bring the outdoors in. We have a planter fit for any space and any plant, so you can go crazy this spring filling every corner of your home with nature’s beauty.

If you feel inspired to create your very own pallet of spring flowers in your home, but don’t know where to start, small planters may be the best option for you. Small planters holding individual plants can add a pretty burst of color to any area.

small spring planters

 

You can create beautiful arrangements by clustering a few small planters together with a variety of flowering and non-flowering plants to create a garden effect. Play around with different styles and shapes clustered together to add interest or stick to classic planters like the Urban Earth Round Pot for a chic, uncluttered look.

round planter

 

Add a spring welcome to your front porch by adding planters on either side of your door. Depending on the size of your space, you can use big planters with trees or a combination of different flowers such as bright, summery daffodils mixed with purple hyacinths. By using bigger planters, it creates a dramatic entrance to your home and frames your door perfectly. If you have a small front entrance, you can add one or two smaller planters with something as simple as hydrangeas for simple spring elegance.

Simple pots with simple flowers such as tulips can also add just the right amount of spring pastels to our garden. If you are feeling slightly more adventurous, try wider planters with a variety of plants. Mixing plants of different heights can also be a unique way to show off your spring display.

Try planting non-flowering plants with different colored leaves as another way to enhance your space. Purple fountain grass mixed with beautiful English ivy in round planters is a great spring time option. If you are on the hunt for super simple, carefree plants have a look at using rectangular-shaped planters filled with ornamental grass or ferns for simple spring sophistication.

rectangle planter

 

Adding spring plants to your home doesn’t have to be a complicated matter. A few simple planters filled with your favorite spring colors and textures can make all of the difference in a matter of hours. Something as simple as our Wire Lantern filled with gorgeous columbine or simple pansies can welcome you with spring cheer without much fuss.

wire lantern

If you are feeling inspired to get your gardening gloves on, take a peek at our planters for spring here: https://www.46spruce.com/collections/planters

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