Found the perfect pot…but it doesn’t have drainage holes? No problem – drill your own! Take care to use this method, as it’s the only one I’ve used that has a 0% chance of breaking the pot, provided you do it correctly. Using a ceramic drill bit works OK, but I’ve found that a diamond-tipped hole saw bit works well for drilling drainage holes in a diy planter.
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