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    • Pat Heisler

      More cool gardens, garden art, and sheds

    • Paula Crossley

      bottle art for the yard | More blue bottles: Here, they are mounted upside down on rebar posts ...

    • Dianne Winterfeld

      bottle tree fence

    • Janet Kostka

      funky garden fence - with blue bottles

    • Ellie In The Garden 🌿

      Bottle wall - "... blue bottles... mounted upside down on rebar posts. Staggered “rows” create a waist-high blue wall that lines the driveway. Citrus-cutouts of dancers add whimsical contrast." from debraprinzing

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