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    Picture of Does anyone know to make concrete or like material head planter for outdoor plants?

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    Warming Trends - Outdoor Fire Pits, Fire Pit Safety & More: More Creative Ideas for Garden Planters from Recycled Goods

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    Flowers for hair! Head Planters- creepy in a group, perfectly unexpected in a secret little corner.

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    Cranium Garden: Not exactly upcycled, but certainly unique these heads planters are bound to elicit smiles and admiration. 37 Upcycled Container Garden Ideas | Made + Remade

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