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      Garden Planter Heads Potted flowers, so easy to plant! Imagine the flowers, create the design, and enjoy your life!

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      "Head" Planters. How cool. // Encontrado en diynetwork.com 12 Unusual and Upcycled Container Gardens DIYNetwork DIY Network has inexpensive and easy ways to turn household junk into unique garden planters.

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      Cranium Garden: Not exactly upcycled, but certainly unique these heads planters are bound to elicit smiles and admiration. 37 Upcycled Container Garden Ideas | Made + Remade

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