Front door planters make dramatic statements near the front doors, covered patios and balconies. You can plant flowers from your garden or include plants that make their own aesthetic statement. In planting their own outdoor planters, you can decide whether to use stories high or low maintenance.
Make sure potential sites for placement of front door planters in your garden. Find out what places receive sunlight completely, sunlight or partial shade. Draw a diagram to take with you to a nursery. Measure the areas of patio or deck to determine the size of the planters fit.
Choose planters that fit your needs and work well with front door planter’s space. One of plastic are easy to move, but often do not last long in the sun. Terracotta Planters issued one Mediterranean feel to the landscape. Make sure the front door planters have drainage holes that are at least 1 inch wide. Planters without drainage holes promote root rot. Add mulch in the winter and cover front door planters with bubble wrap to protect them from freezing. If you have space in your garage or basement, take planters inside. Take them out during the day so they can get sun.