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  • Gloria Scholik

    Small Space Garden Idea, pallet garden

  • Kapri

    Use an old pallet to create a vertical garden. Line the back of the pallet with shade cloth or weed cloth to keep soil from falling out and plant away.

  • Traci Brown

    Wood Pallet herb garden (with actual instructions)

  • Rebecca B.

    Porch Garden: Fern at Life On The Balcony is a master at maximizing gardening space. No matter how tiny your balcony or porch or windowsill, you can have a garden. Her tutorial on creating a planted pallet is inspiring and simple. 1. Find a Pallet. Most likely you'll find one behind a supermarket near the dumpsters so it's FREE! 2. Prepare the Pallet. Repair any loose boards and add landscape fabric to the back so you dont damage the wall that the pallet will rest against. 3. Pick Your Plants. Cascading plants like the nasturtiums she has on the top level will make it feel full and vibrant. This would also be an excellent place to have a vertical herb garden planted with thyme and basil and rosemary. 4. Enjoy Spring. Follow Fern's step by step instructions, with photos on her blog: Life on The Balcony. For more inspiration check out 10 Inspiring Small Space Balcony Gardens.

  • Moses

    Wooden pallet herb garden

  • Amy Latoya

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