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  • Barbara Calvin

    Driftwood planter. Or use a mesquite log and some TEXAS native plants.

  • Cindy Rue

    A hollowed out tree limb as a planter. What a great idea! You'll have a great looking flower pot, it'll add interest to the garden and you're recycling a downed tree limb too! What a great idea! ~I have the PERFECT tree trunk in mind, I just have to find a way to get it out of the woods. hmmmmm....

  • Sheila Owens

    Succulent tree trunk I love all the plants on this website. They are all beautiful.. I ;pve all the succulent plants.. I am about to start my own garden.

  • Stacy Green Ferris

    old log succulent planter idea

  • Faith Glazer

    log planted hens and chicks

  • Margaret-Anne McPhee

    I could use this on the pirate ship log once it decays a bit more! Love this garden idea

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