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  • Becky Wickens

    gardensinunexpectedplaces: Now here’s a creative new use for old handbags. Note: If you have unwanted purses that are still usable, e.g., not torn/ripped, consider giving them away — perhaps to a friend, or to a local charity that accepts donations of such items — or sell them, instead of using them as garden accessories! (Photo via Teresa O’Connor’s SeasonalWisdom blog) See also: Old bike helmets repurposed as hanging planters.

  • Teresa O'Connor

    Hanging purses give a whimsical touch to vertical gardening. Seen at Naples Botanical Garden in the Children's Garden. More options for every style...

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