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    • Hanna Schauppner

      Vertical gardens! cute idea

    • Yuki Navarro

      Herb garden on a fence. http://www.hangapot.com/ these are awesome (and karin proof) the even hold larger pots! a nice way to hang pots up away from the snails, while bringing flowers up to eye level view on an ugly wall! ♥k

    • Nora Pena

      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 hangers - Wood screws - Cordless drill - Wood screws ..... At mom

    • Cass M

      vertical garden on a fence with painted pots

    • Rhonda Tucker

      Vertical garden ideas - flower pots

    • Lori Kugler

      flower pot wall garden

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