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Design Mom
Design Mom • 32 weeks ago

All you need are a few - pavers, landscape-block adhesive, and a little time. Wait 24 hours for everything to cure and you're ready to move your new planters into place and fill them with dirt and greenery.

  • Julie K.
    Julie K. • 32 weeks ago

    We made 3 of these for our deck last Summer and they look awesome and have held up really well in our Michigan winter!

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