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  • Pamela Shiers

    A great idea that recycles garden water old tin cans.

  • Nanette Hennig

    A great idea that recycles garden water & old tin cans.(The plant my "Grams" called Donkey tail or Burro tail~

  • Brittany Zafft

    tin can planters for vertical garden

  • Shirlee Harris

    old tin can planter pole/ Love this~my grandmother always had plants in coffee, lard, juice and whatever other colorful can she had saved. ~ Shirlee

  • Cheryl Elliott

    herb garden idea! No instructions, but hammer a few holes in bottoms of old tin cans and then nail to a post. No stooping or bending over to tend or harvest!

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