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Color-blocked concrete blocks constructed into a tiered herb garden -- fantastic, chic idea for a small patio or balcony. | dropdeadgorgeousdaily.com

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24 Creative Garden Container Ideas (with pictures)

24 Creative Garden Container Ideas | Use cinder blocks as planters!

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DIY: Concrete Block Planters

Concrete Block Planters

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Blocked Planter

Blocked Planter from anthropologie

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Before & After: A Dresser-Turned-Succulent Garden!

Dresser-turned-succulent garden!

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How to Make an Herb Garden from a Pallet

Apartment Gardening Ideas: this one; using a shoe organizer or spice rack & more great ideas for small spaces.

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20+ Creative DIY Planter Ideas

Drawer Planter

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Best of Small Spaces Month: Small Really IS Cool — Hot Posts from April 2010

Wish list addition: small balcony upon which I can replicate...this.

DIY garden concrete blocks garden -- this is so great, and looks like a fantastic way to take up some empty space

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Budget-Friendly Ideas for Outdoor Rooms

clever concrete block bench for only $30--I could do this!!!

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Easy Deck With Concrete Blocks and Railroad Ties

Easy, Affordable {DIY Deck} made from {Concrete Blocks & Railroad Ties}

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10 May DIYs

DIY concrete block seating | furniture design. I could add back by laying cinder blocks in other direction and placing post up.

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The most cost effective 10 DIY Back garden Projects That Any person Can Make 7

Finally, I can embrace the concept of cinder block planters!

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7 DIY Projects for Renters

a hanging herb garden is a great alternative for an apartment with a small balcony

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Concrete and Glass

Great idea - concrete blend that is 40% lighter than standard concrete