They aren't really pots, per se, more like container baskets. But it was a pleasure digging in the dirt, none the less! I told Jeff it was almost like being a kid again getting to form mud pies. A handful of soil, a flower or two, more dirt, a pinch of this plant and a stem of that one, all patted neatly down into my coir liners.
I used pansies, violas, liriope, creeping jenny, begonias, angelina sedum, and lambs ear to create six hanging baskets for the front porch. Here they are temporarily on the back porch near my potting station (the old fish cleaning station!) just after watering. The early spring annuals probably don't have long in this heat, but they were free, so I squeezed them in for a full look while they last.