Grandma’s Washtub! Best Planter Ever!
My grandma would be quite surprised to know that her old galvanized washtub was one of my favorite planters until a few years ago when we moved and it was unceremoniously tossed onto the “this is not going!” pile.
These washtubs, etc., are such great inventions to use as planters because galvanizing the metal is done to provide corrosion protection. That’s why grandma had her washtub and then mom had her washtub and then I had her washtub for soooo many years. Until……see above
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I love this idea too, and have a few kicking around, but never did this because of drainage. I’d hate to put holes in the bottom of the galvanized container! Did you put drainage holes?
I’ve tried potting things in nice pots without holes & they just drowned eventually, especially if left outside!
I usually put rocks in the bottom of large planters or planters that do not have drainage. The rocks give the drainage without putting wholes in the planter.
I am thinking of doing this too but using packing peanuts in the bottom for drainage and to keep it light.
For containers I usually use river rocks/pebbles at the bottom for drainage.