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  • Cynda Kolar

    Concrete block planters idea

  • Katie Bonner

    Herb Garden idea. Or any plantings.

  • Dianne Parks

    Patio Flowerpots

  • Anne Argo Pritchard

    Concrete Block Planters - wow good idea - simple & cheap. I put in a HUGE Cinder Block Garden last month and I'm having so much fun "filling in all the holes" in addition to the garden area itself.

  • Susan Tatum

    concrete block planters- great idea for herb garden or Plants... I plan to do this in the spring... can't wait

  • Kate Melcher

    DIY: Concrete Block Planters. LOVE this idea. Have seen many DIY's to make concrete planters, but this is fantastic... looks neat AND easy!

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