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  • smart official

    A wonderful and creative way to reuse and old cupboard. Placing it in a sunny spot you can plant all kinds of herbs and flowers. Excellent for those who live in a City and may not have room for a garden. #cupboard #mini #garden #rethink #reuse #recylce #home #craft #diy #smartlife #citylife #smartthinking #design #smartthinking

  • Gertrude Friesen

    It looks like an old apothecary, but we have an antique library card cabinet. We could plant herbs, both culinary and medicinal, in small pots and set them into some of the drawers. It would be a great way of having an herb garden on a porch, patio or balcony that can be inside by a south-facing window during the #modern garden design #garden decorating #garden design #garden decorating before and after #garden design ideas|

  • Felicia Kelly

    vintage cabinet planter - great indoor garden idea, what about drainage though?

  • WitchyBee

    Upcycled mini cabinet with drawers planter. It looks like it is an old apothecary, and if you planted herbs, both culinary and medicinal, that would be a great way of having an herb garden on a balcony that can beiges inside during the winter. Wish I had thought of this in Calgary!

  • Kayla Bednarczyk

    It would be cool to find an old chest of drawers and make it into a huge planter! Plants in the drawers and potted plants on top! Love it!

  • Lucy Ortiz

    I'm going to plant some flowers in 3 old drawers from an old cabinet that I replaced.

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