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Decking Planters

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Deck planter idea

Another multi level deck planter box

Suncast Tiered Raised Garden Bed

Walmart: Wood Country Rectangle Cedar Wood Pocatello Planter

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BJs $129.99 (This 3-tiered planter could be used in the corner on my deck for privacy & decor & be used as a serving station.)

Leisure Season 3-Tier A-Frame Plant Stand - BJ's Wholesale Club

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Rolling herb garden for the deck. (I told my friend I wanted to buy one of these. So then she showed her husband and he built it like 2 days later. I either hate her or want to be her sister wife.)

Alice's Adventures Underground: My Brand New Box

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two-tiered triangle-planter box from Plantgasm

Plantgasm - My New Two-Tier Low-Water Triangle Planter

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Design Sponge will show you how to create this rustic tiered planter for your porch or deck using a half barrel and wood from old pallets. You’ll need a jigsaw, a compound miter saw and a power screwdriver. The result looks almost identical to those pre-made ones that can cost hundreds of dollars.

DIY Decor Inspiration: 14 Eco Crafts for the Home | WebEcoist

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DIY/How to: tiered herb garden planter box-Complete instructions!

Home Hardware - Herb Planter

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When I was playing around with garden design, I had something like this in mind for the center of the garden for my herbs.

Pyramid Planter

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growing strawberries in containers is good idea

Pot Up Delicious Strawberries

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Tiered pots for mosquito repelling plants. Good idea for the non raised corner of the garden/porch.

Great info and ideas for climbing plants. Trellis and raised garden beds. #gardening #arbor #trellis

Arbors, Trellises, and the Edible Garden 1 | Garden Design

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christmas cactus pruning and care

Wish I knew this sooner...... The newspaper will prevent any grass and weed seeds from germinating, but unlike fabric, it will decompose after about 18 months. By that time, any grass and weed seeds that were present in the soil on planting will be dead. It’s green, it’s cheaper than fabric, and when you decide to remove or redesign the bed later on, you will not have the headache you would with fabric.