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  • Gloria Marlow

    unusual garden planter - Google Search

  • Elizabeth Greenwood

    Whimsical container gardening

  • Lynn Beth Hesler

    Succulents growing on cement head sculptures. Very cute idea for yard decor. Love love these need to find those head planters. new project hunt for me.

  • Tammy Anderberg

    awesome garden ideas

  • Geetha Subbu

    If you have limited space, find interesting containers for your plants.   Let the containers do double duty as garden art or sculptures.

  • Peggy Wright

    Head planters with moss beard? would be cute, too. Fabulous. Wonder where people find these unusual planters.

  • Sandi Larson

    Gardening in containers is the perfect option if you have limited space. A container will fit anywhere! They are portable and easy to maintain, and by using different plants, your yard can look different every year.

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MUST HAVE THIS!... hmmm now where to find the head that can be turned into a planter