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    • Jean Warr

      Potting shed with windows for green house area. Love the screen door.

    • Asia

      Small Garden Sheds | Your Garden Using Potting Shed Plans: Potting Shed Plans With Small ... Asia- I think the right hand side would be a chicken coop

    • T Lewis

      Cute little garden house- screened door

    • Claire DeMasi

      Potting shed greenhouse, I love the screen door!

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