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  • Kim Robinson-Halischak

    Hanging pots on fence. Trick is paint pots colorful

  • Jodie Smith

    DIY Colorful Vertical Garden On A Fence (requires flower pot hangers)

  • Janessa Pingatore

    Another cute idea for vertical gardening (tutorial). Super cute! Totally doing this on my fence this year!

  • Tamara Makarewicz

    garden ideas diy diy colorful vertical garden on a fence photo 2 500x750

  • Connie Howe

    Wall Garden - looks easy too! For the fence by the back door.

  • Lesley Wasson

    Would this fence idea work for an herb garden?? In case you have a dull wooden fence at your backyard you can easily spice up it. You can make a colorful vertical garden of it. Tools and materials - Terra-cotta pots - Painter’s tape - Spray paint - Flowerpot hanger

  • Diane DeRue

    Vertical garden on a fence I could do around my fountain with some painted pots.

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