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  • Evelyn Gutierrez

    Pallet Gardening @ it's best "We salvaged these pallets from a local warehouse and cut them into thirds. 2 full pallets were used here. 4′x4′ posts screwed to the corners and voila, a beautifully gridded garden bed full of black gold, just waiting for planting. Grid was stapled old venetian blinds. It was inspired by the Square Foot Garden method."

  • Sofia Richman

    I want to build a raised garden bed but don't want to spend too much money on it... Build a raised bed garden using pallets

  • Tori Smith

    Raised bed from pallets. Small garden idea

  • Heather Triplett

    DIY Pallet Project ~ Raised Garden Bed

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