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  • Crystal Foster

    Old Wash Tubs & Pots...re-purposed into awesome primitive garden containers. Maybe for the back yard?!

  • Sari Walkhoff

    Container gardening ideas ... This is about how I want my flower bed to look! SF

  • Tammy Hart

    Container gardening ideas ... what endearing, charming containers. ... think the shady side of my yard would look great with these! Will target on my next flea market search!

  • Donna Johnisee

    (Pb) Garden: Plants & Planters on Pinterest | @djohnisee ~ PIC: DIY Recycle / Reuse / Re-purpose / Upcycle WASH TUB PLANTERS for your yard / garden

  • Suzanne

    neat flowerpot display

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