Paladone Star Wars R2D2 Plant Pot | Ceramic Planter or Pen Holder | Officially Licensed Marvel Merchandise and Desk Decor, Multicolor, Regular

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Paladone Star Wars R2D2 Plant Pot | Ceramic Planter or Pen Holder | Officially Licensed Marvel Merchandise and Desk Decor, Multicolor, Regular

Paladone Star Wars R2D2 Plant Pot | Ceramic Planter or Pen Holder | Officially Licensed Marvel Merchandise and Desk Decor, Multicolor, Regular

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Now, prepare to unleash your inner geek for I have searched the known worlds for these incredible Star Wars planters.

A dwarf dahlia with dark foliage and bright orange blooms. Showcasing the dark side and the light side of the Force, you could say! That aside, it is a good plant for containers and patio pots, flowering prolifically from early July through to the first frosts. Likes sun, and flowers well with partial sun too. You can either over winter the tubers or treat Dahlia ‘Star Wars’ as an annual flower and buy new plants each year.

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This elegant-looking miniature planter will inspire you not to cross to the Dark side. You can mold your own or you can buy one from thrift stores. 7. Rey and Kylo Ren Terrarium Take your time painting each pot, going over the lines with a detail brush. If you don’t have a detail brush you can use a pen dipped in paint – just don’t make it your favourite pen! Or, you could decorate it like we did with our garden wind chime or a Star Wars wind chime! How to Make DIY Star Wars Garden Pots What makes Star Wars franchise iconic are the different vehicles and ships they used. Imagine having these in your garden. The news will travel far and wide! 5. Ewoks in a Jar I’ll start with four flowers called Star Wars. I’m focussing on the flower rather than the plant, but they are all perennial plants. Dahlia ‘StarWars’

Now that you've turned your garden into a Star Wars haven, you should take a seat and rest in this cool droid-inspired pallet chair. Complete your Star Wars Garden with hand-painted starry flower pots. Just as there are unexplored areas of the universe, the saga continues! Bonus: Star Wars R2-D2 Garden ChairA lovely flower; the purple buds open to a raspberry-pink with a light scent reminiscent of coconut. By then, I was worked up for R2D2 – he is definitely best saved for last once you’ve built up your confidence a bit! But it is possible to grow some varieties of Lotus in southern and sheltered areas of the UK. For example, if you can give it frost protection, the stunning Sacred Lotus, Nelumbo nucifera, makes an unusual aquatic plant for your ornamental pond. With scented flowers and fruits which are well known as floral wreath decorations, it could be worth a try.

That’s it (at least until the sequel). There aren’t as many Star Wars flowers as you might expect given the popularity of the films. Although there are 17 + animal species named for the films and characters. I particularly like the thought of a Jedi Ant… These cute succulent planters are ideal Star Wars DIY gifts for your friends on May 4. With enough Storm Troopers, you can march to the garden capital! 4. Wooden Star Wars Planter There you have it. DIY crafts worthy of a Jedi! I'm sure your Star Wars Garden is gonna be amazing with these planters. Just remember Master Yoda's words, “Pass on what you have learned!” If you want something you can display indoor, this small terrarium is a perfect start. As the Master once said, “Size matters not.” 2. Death Star DIY Garden PotsAnd now for flowers called after characters for the film series. Interestingly, characters from the Dark Side feature as strongly as the Rebel Alliance. The most famous female character, Princess Leia has two of the flowers named after her. Although neither plant has flowers or leaves which curl as impressively as did her hairstyle in the original Star Wars movie! These flowers are also all perennial plants. You wouldn't believe how cheap and easy to make these homemade pots for plants are. All you need is some concrete and a Death Star ice mold. 3. Storm Trooper Succulent Planter Last, I sprayed all of the pots with a water resistant spray so that they will stay pristine in the garden!

Make this easy Star Wars painting of the ever-loyal droid your next project. You can also paint C3-PO on your flower pots. The pair would make a perfect Star Wars companion to your plant. 10. BB-8 Cup Planter I do have plenty of ideas for a Star Wars themed garden that would be practical and not just geeky. But rather than getting carried away in the Millennium Falcon, I thought I’d tempt you with Star Wars flowers you could grow in your garden.The point isn’t perfection – and getting caught up in perfection can actually make for sloppier work. Just use the most prominent lines and features to imply the characters’ features.

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