They aren’t easy to dispose of because they’re large, heavy. Fortunately with a big push in recycling, most tires are recycled.
However, just because there is tire recycling doesn’t mean you can recycle your own tires in your yard by using tires for flower planters or creating tire gardens.
You can start small with your first batch of two or four used tires and build up from there.
It couldn’t be easier. You can paint the tires or leave them as-is. Our tire planter gallery below showcases many ways to use tires for creating flower planters or even tire gardens.
You can use them as stand-alone planters, stack them into cascading planter gardens, build up a huge vegetable garden, hang them on a wall or fence and/or do the scattered tire garden style.
The tires can be lying down flat or used upright.
Personally I like them painted because colorful tires look better than black tires.
It adds more color to your yard and becomes not just a functional gardening item but also contributes aesthetically to your yard.
Can tire flower planters they be used indoors?
Sure. While we don’t have any examples, there’s no reason you can’t see what a tire planter looks like inside.
You might opt for using a pot as well for watering purposes, but in the right kind of interior design, tire planters could look pretty cool inside as they do outside.
Enjoy our creative tire planter gallery.