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  • Wendy Barone

    Using an old wagon to plant flowers...such a cute idea for our yard!

  • Megan Lillion

    Herb garden idea.

  • Cher Curtin

    Try your spring greens in an old wagon. It looks great anywhere in the yard. And, it's easy to move to shady spots as summer heats up, allowing you to extend your lettuce season.

  • Nancy Edwards

    Simple Salad Garden Container via Better Homes and Gardens - repurpose that old wagon.

  • Emily Self

    I'm thinkin' herb garden in the old red wagon!

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