Overflowing with bright blossoms, these chubby-cheeked planters are sure to elicit grins. The plants remain in their plastic containers inside the pumpkins, so no repotting is required.
1. Cut a hole in the pumpkins’ tops.
2. Scoop out the flesh.
3. Using a hole cutter or a drill, cut openings in the bottom for drainage.
4. Fill pumpkins with potted flowers, such as chrysanthemums, and display in a sunny spot.
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