12 Farmhouse Indoor Or Outdoor Planters For Under $50

I have put together 12 of the best indoor or outdoor farmhouse style planters.

With the unseasonably mild temps that we’ve been experiencing where I live, I’m itching to get outside enjoy the weather and put some spring planters together!  I’m forcing myself to hold off though because I know that we’re not out of the woods yet, in terms of having a cold snap with freezing or below freezing days.   🙁

In the meantime, I’ll go ahead and get myself ready for the day that I can finally fill my front porch with flowers by choosing the planters that I want to use this year.  I especially love to mix multiple styles and sizes of planters together in a group!

I’ve rounded up a great selection of farmhouse style planters for under $50.  Each one is rated for outdoor use, but some of them are only for covered or protected areas, so be sure to read the description.

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12 Farmhouse Style Outdoor Planters Under $50 || Worthing Court

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 1. TISA ROUND PLANTERS (SET OF 2) || 2. CAROLINA OVAL MODERN FARMHOUSE PLANTER || 3. LANGSTON PLANTER || 4. TAPERED GALVANIZED METAL PLANTER  || 5. RECTANGULAR PLANTER BOX WITH MESH LID || 6. GRAY ROUND WICKER PLANTER || 7. COPPER METAL BASKET (SET OF 3) || 8. RECTANGULAR WEATHERPROOF WOOD PLANTER || 9. WICKER RESIN PLANTER (SET OF 2) || 10. DOUBLE TIER WOOD PLANTER CART || 11. DISTRESSED BLACK CART PLANTER || 12. HANDREN PLANT STAND 

When do you feel safe, weather wise, to start filling your outdoor containers where you live?

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  1. Hi Suzy,
    Thanks for the planter suggestions. I bought one very similar to #5 at JoAnn’s. It was listed at $29.00 and was 40% off, so I got it at a steal! Last one on the shelf!

    Like you, I’m very anxious to start filling containers. I have ordered the new “Phenomenal” Lavender, and am going to try to grow it in a container this year, as I have read that Lavender can be taken inside and will do well over winter, if kept in a sunny window. I’ve never had much luck overwintering lavender outside in our Zone 4 winters, so I’m going to try this.

  2. A good selection – love the copper. I use this old copper pot and it has a verdigris finish. I don’t have to worry about winter in S. FL. Looking at my potted elephant ear now.

  3. Thanks for the planter ideas. Iam in an area for another month where all the flowers are in bloom. The azelias are beautiful because of an unusually warm winter. It will be hard to go back to the Midwest !

  4. I love #8. I’m in North Florida and we haven’t really had any winter this year. Everything is already blooming and I’m off to buy some flowers to plant. Thanks for all the great planter containers.

  5. Thanks for the links, Suzy. Usually, because I’m in So Cal, we can do this anytime. However, it has been quite cold lately, hitting in the high 40s… I know, I know, but it’s all relative!

  6. In NC and we saw frost this weekend! The hyacinths at my mothers home all were frozen. So sad! I’m holding off on flowers. It’s too early here!!

  7. Perfect timing for this we are picking out our outside flowers this weekend. Now to choose which to choose!

  8. Suzy, Thanks for the great selection of planters, along with the links. Love the copper metal planters. Going to Lowes today to purchase them. Can’t wait to start planting.

  9. I love the double tiered plant cart. That is so cute. I have an antique bicycle planter that I love.

  10. I am in central Florida so we are experiencing nice weather so I am ready to start planting. I love your choices. I saw several that would fit my taste. I am looking to start planting some herbs on my screened in porch. Thought the copper would be cute for that. I like the rustic look on #5 for an idea for some herbs too. Thanks for sharing! I love your blog!