Yep, teapots can be great planters. Basically, you drill a hole through the bottom, add coffee filter so that dirt will not fall to the ground, and add your plant. Outfit with wire or string and hang. Simple but will add such personality to your garden.
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Teapot succulent planter - Found this teapot at a garage sale and planted some hens & chicks along with some Athoum sedum. I attached the plastic crystals to the inside of the pot by attaching the string with outdoor silicone. After watering, the excess water runs out the spout, so no need for drainage holes. DML 5/2014