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  • Joanne Roberts

    Plant in a rusty old tire rim!

  • TheCabin Boothbay

    Succulent garden OLD CAR RIM

  • Dayle Huber

    Succulent Garden container made from rusty tire rim!

  • Nicole Lyons

    Old tire rim planter. This is SO cool and rustic looking. Wouldn't even know it was a tire rim!

  • Lynn Bowes

    Our place is littered with car parts - now I'm dying for Spring here

  • Lori Hennig

    Succulent garden, old tire rim

  • Suz Ladew Wolfe

    Patio Garden Ideas 3008x2000 Succulent Gardens With Wide Pot With A Variety Of Small Plants And Assorted Flowers Succulent Container Garden...

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