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This option would be cheaper on the blank side of the garge compared with the bigger one I posted.......could just set all my pots on it.
Fill an empty corner with this two-tiered corner planter and watch the gorgeousness grow. I totally have a corner for this project!!
Using an old bookshelf as a planter ~ would want to make sure the shelf is real wood, and not glued together (cheap)... would rot quickly otherwise. Drill holes thru back for drainage.
Plant display! I love how simple it is and keeps everything in one place. what about rusty buckets though...maybe rust proof spray paint.
For my herbs and lovely flowers outside the back door
Grow veg in containers - perfect for small city gardens where there's no space. Ideal for balconies too!
Garden on a wall – great for those with a small garden or when you don't have…
While I'm not really into the whole recycled wooden pallet thing (but don't judge), I think this herb garden using a wood pallet is cute.
Love this herb garden in terracotta pots, fab Italianate style. Ideal for gardening in a small space