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  • Debi

    Pallet Planter | Vertical Flower Pot Garden

  • Amanda Fox

    Beautiful herb garden idea. A different take on the pallet garden concept.

  • Carol van Niekerk

    Pallet Planter plants diy gardening diy ideas diy crafts do it yourself diy projects diy garden ideas creative diy projects pallet planter

  • Jennifer Fiala

    DIY PALLET PLANTER What you’ll need: old pallet hose clamps(I found these at Lowes. I purchased the terra-cotta pots first, and then took them to the plumbing section to make sure I purchased the clamps that fit) screws terra-cotta pots

  • Tiara-Lynn Adams

    Kate:mini herb garden by your deck or garage? We especially loved the leaning pallet planter that she DIYed with hose clamps from the home improvement store. Some pallets have chemicals in them while others are more naturally sealed (with heat) so they’re less questionable for outdoor crafts like this. And if you’re unsure, you can always use a product like SafeCoat to seal off a pallet (it’s what the pros also use to seal off lead paint).

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