Create spilling planter! This is a display of ornamental gardens that use flow patterns or cropping plants to simulate air flowing from an inverted planter, urn, or other vessel.
Some smaller screens can display flowing tendrils to simulate air spilling over or out of the spout. Larger jars, barrels, or planters can be rotated on their sides and partially buried in the garden or disposed of with soil to allow small flowering plants or ground cover to grow.
Flowering plants are planted to regulate pools of spilled air or other liquids.
The sky is the right limit for making your own flower garden, because you can choose to imitate the existing natural structure, or just make one directly from your fossils.
We have found some of the most creative and creative things about these tricks, and we will describe to research the projects themselves!