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  • Kim Inge

    cover 5 gallon buckets with burlap and twine, adorable herb garden idea. Great way to make my container garden a little more pretty!

  • Pamela Rader

    Container gardening with 5 gallon buckets covered in burlap and secured with twine.

  • Margaret Anderson

    5 gallon buckets covered in burlap twine. Yay!

  • Sandy Eaton Paolella

    Planters: Cover 5 gallon buckets with burlap and twine. Cute.

  • Karen Long

    brilliant...looks so much better than a plastic bucket! Cover 5 gal buckets with burlap and twine.

  • Mary Swanson

    Way prettier than a bucket! Covering 5 gallon buckets with burlap and twine good idea for tomato plants

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