The old blue pot is weary, and I'm tired of looking at it. It's time to put it back to its original terra cotta color, and Krylon's Fusion paint is perfect for the job. I first painted it blue with Fusion in 2008, and it held up beautifully through all these years outdoors, unprotected, winter through summer. *Disclaimer: Krylon did not pay me or supply the paint. I just believe in passing a good thing on.
There, that looks much better!
Of course, I had some paint left in the can and this pot looked old and faded. Not any more....it's just like new again.
When you're on a roll, go with the flow!
So.....what to do about this old pot that has dill growing in it? Cover the soil with the saucer from another pot, of course.
Now all the pots look bright and clean and almost brand new. It took nearly two cans of paint and $12, but replacing the pots with new ones would have cost much more.
Almost dry and ready for planting. Aren't they purty?