13+ Galvanized Garden Looks That Are Too Good To Ignore, Especially #7

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Another trend that gardeners go crazy about is galvanized planters. What makes galvanized planters popular is that they are inexpensive, and can get rusty or dented easily.

However, take a look at the ideas and see how can rust add indeed the perfect charm and color to any garden!

1. Hang it up! 2. Give it a neat look 3. Use the galvanized buckets as planters 4. Make it a garden pond! 5. Use the galvanized look as an accessory! 6. Don’t be scared to add some color. 7.  Make a little vintage bath in your backyard garden. 8. Galvanized pieces add to style and feel of any outdoor shed. 9. No matter the style… 10. Can you imagine yourself relaxing here? 11.  You can also layer this look. More galvanized can look better.   12.  Spice up a backyard patio garden with copper accents. 13. Tiered gardens and succulents are indeed trending. 14. Set up a herb garden for your kitchen. 15. Or try this “tipsy pots” look!

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