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    We love raised bed and container gardening for growing your own veggies in small outdoor spaces, and this project by Linsey Hasenbank combines the two by planting a salad garden in old wooden wine boxes:

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    • Natalie Melrose

      Container gardening: Another version of a raised garden is to grow vegetables in a container, or in wine crates! Linsey of LLH Designs recommends that you use protective seal, a liner and brackets on the corner for the crates. These are great because they are portable and you can move them around as needed.

    • Barbara Cohen

      We love raised bed and container gardening for growing your own veggies in small outdoor spaces, and this project by Linsey Hasenbank combines the two by planting a salad garden in old wooden wine boxes:

    • Beverly Kennedy

      I want to do this Container Gardening Idea: Make a Wine Box Salad Garden!!! Cute on a patio or deck...add to the atmosphere....

    • Stephanie Bagenstose

      I didn't know they sold them! Container Gardening Idea: Make a Wine Box Salad Garden..Most wine shops sell these boxes

    • Alexandrea Hammons

      Container Gardening Idea: Make a Wine Box Salad Garden..Most wine shops sell these boxes

    • Matt Hamilton

      I want to do this Container Gardening Idea: Make a Wine Box Salad Garden!

    • Erin Hildebrand

      Wine crate veggie garden. LOVE.

    • Barbara Meyers

      Wine box garden

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