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    • Marianne Inman

      Mosaic wall with embedded teacups for a succulent garden or an herb garden.

    • Lisa Lindsey

      mosaic wall w/ teacup planters. Would be great for a garden wall

    • Kay Hartman

      ☆ Cool Vertical Panted in a Mosaic Repurposing cracked or broken teacups, coffee cups and mugs as Planters Wall Gardening idea ☆

    • Jennifer

      I really love this wall. Need to research to find out how to connect t metal building. Instead of tea cups, use ceramic pots. Cool vertical gardening idea — repurposing cracked or broken teacups, coffee cups and mugs as planters. Those of us who tend to overwater plants would need to be careful in watering plants — even succulents — planted in a mosaic wall like this. But still, I like.

    • Mellissa Darr Roy

      Mosaic wall with embedded teacups for succulents. this would be cool for an herb garden wall too

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