Nice. Maybe place it in a border in a bare spot and plant something that tumbles down. I love old chimney pots, especially the red ones.
I have some red ones, not quite as big as yours and I put a terracotta pot in the top with a saucer wedged underneath to catch the water. You can then plant what you like without having to fill it with soil. It also makes it a lot easier to move.
A clematis would be lovely I have one in an urn that looks lovely every year, take a look at Taylor's site.
Hi Sam, it's planted directly in the urn in John Innes 2. I feed it with Clematis feed in March when it's pruned hard and during flowering. It's Parisienne and only grows to 4ft and flowers continuously between May and October.
How about nasturtiums .......... They're so easy to grow and would tumble happily down the sides of the pot ......... Moonbeam - or Whirlybird Cream ....... or more vibrant colours if you'd prefer ....... and the leaves are good in salads and small tortoiseshell butterflies lay their eggs on them ........
Hello I have a chimney pot , unfortunately kept getting ants nests in it so last year emptied it half out and will replant this year
What plants you put in it , just depends if you want to treat it like a seasonal pot , personally mine was planted permentaly which probably caused the ant problem , so thinking about seasonal
Also put into a bed of gravel with other pots around it to make it a feature
Best of luck