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  • Damita Snodgrass

    PVC pipe strawberry planter (this is a really good idea, since I dont have much garden space!)

  • Sherri Williams

    Vertical strawberry planters using PVC pipe

  • Judy Buhagiar

    Upcycle Us: Time for growing plants and do some upcycling - PVC pipes.

  • Fabíola Martins

    DIY: PVC Pipe Strawberry Planter i am really looking for a way to grow strawberries and i like this idea. m.r.

  • Theresa Cordeiro

    Vertical Strawberries in PVC #garden #ideas #gifts

  • Ora Wuckert

    Vertical edible gardening Vertical strawberries in PVC #garden design #garden design #garden design ideas #garden decorating| http://gardeninteriordesign.blogspot.com

  • Carolynruth

    vertical edible gardening--- Vertical strawberries in PVC pipe

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PVC strawberry planter - my husband has made about 6 of these. They rock and they are cost-efficient. You can also grow peppers and tomatoes in them, too!