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Isn't this delightful? Must find a garage sale chair, paint and do this next season!

These hanging tin can planters are cute, and if you hang them so they can move like a pulley system, it will make watering each one easier.

Vertical Garden - saves space, reduces bending, gets veggies off the ground, reduces need for weeding. All win-wins!

Had a bay tree, but was very unruly so gave it to Susan. Going to find better behaved one soon!

How to create a Vertical Wall Garden- I have to replace some old fencing this Spring! What an awesome idea!!! The best part, the pallets are Free!!! If it's free, it's for me!!!!!!!!!!!!

UPCYCLED CONTAINER GARDENSThere's no need to spend big bucks on planters and flower pots. Look around the house or scour thrift stores and flea markets for unique vessels to hold plants, herbs and vegetables.

Lord Pots - Spetchley Park Gardens, Worcs.. like this idea with all those old and broken pots..

Cut-and-Come-Again Lettuce - varieties of lettuce you can cut, and that will grow back (like grass)

A Potted Herb Garden What to plant: Various herbs can share the same pot, but make sure they are compatible by reading the care tags. Water-loving basil and curly parsley (shown, near left) make good partners, whereas rosemary, sage, and oregano (rear) all prefer a slightly drier environment. Or try different varieties of one plant, such as common, lemon, and silver thyme (front).

Excellent idea - contain aggressive perennial herbs by planting in buried pots - have done this in our yard

SBG thinks cans are cute but the little stencils on the step riser are darling. Renters...take a peek. I *knew* Pinterest would give me upcycling ideas for the 20 coffee cans on the top of my fridge that I can't throw away! (Yes, it was 50 cans-gave 30 to church for arts and crafts :) coffee can garden; Rosping