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  • Kristin Wilcox

    Old wash tubs and pots re-purposed into garden containers.

  • Janie Marino

    In the north they call it container gardening -in the south the plants aren't as pretty and it's called white trash yard art

  • Jackie Florimonte @ Grandparenting Essentials

    Wash tubs and wonderful garden plantings make this yard area adorable

  • Patricia Cloonan-pfeiffer

    Container gardening ideas ... Patsy says: Use baskets, too! Arrange them by size, line the interior with a heavy gauge plastic liner, and plant accordingly...works like a charm and you can reuse the baskets over and over again.

  • Judy Elenbaas

    "Potted" flower beds. Or a tub of lettuce, a tomato plant or two, green pepper, etc.

  • Suzanne

    neat flowerpot display

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