One of the advantages of living here in California is year-round gardening. But in my area we still have occasional temperatures down to 18 degrees Farenheit, and several months of below-freezing temperatures at night. Many of my large planters contain perennials that need to stay in place year-round, and I've had to figure out ways to help both plants and pots survive winter conditions. Some of the things I've learned may help you, too!
Spring is here so now I will see if I can fix the BIG Planter
Its red clay and glazed it has black stuff and I think Fiberglass on the inside any Ideas ?? its a large crack not wide just long looks like a hair line on the outside
I think your best bet would be to flow some liquid SuperGlue into the crack from the inside. Have some of that heavy strapping tape ready. As soon as the glue is in, put several pieces of tape at least 12" long on the outside, with the crack at the center of each piece of tape. Then leave it alone for 24 hours and see what happens!
Another way cracked pots are sometimes made useable is to just wrap some strands of wire around them, twist them tight and leave it. But I'd try the SuperGlue first.
I'll try any thing at this point !1 its a very Victorian looking pot and Huge I love it but you cant see the crack from the inside because of the black stuff inside
do you think it would work if I put the glue on the out side ??