I didn't even realize how neat a teapot planter would be - the spout collects water and delivers into the middle of the soil which helps with watering. Plus, it just looks really really cute!
I planted Celosia into my planter and cannot wait to stumble upon another little teapot that's missing it's lid to add it to my collection!
Did you know you can also used your used tea leaves to help enrich your garden soil? Yep. You can create a compost or you can just scatter your used leaves on top of the ground just below your acidic loving plants. Avoid chai tea leaves as you might get some mixed results.
This article was helpful to me in learning about tea leaf composts.
It made for the perfect planter for my succulent.
I'm hoping to do some fun tea cup citronella candles in the future. I think they would be neat to have on the patio bar. You can check out some of my other cute tea ideas here.