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  • Tina Reeves

    12 Unusual and Upcycled Container Gardens There's no need to spend big bucks on planters and flower pots. Look around the house or scour thrift stores and flea markets for unique vessels to hold plants, herbs and vegetables. This old wheel barrel is beautiful.

  • Susan O'Halloran

    flowers overflowing from wheelbarrow planter

  • darlene mack

    container gardening ideas | Colorful Perennials - Flowers for Spring Containers - Blissfully ...

  • Karina

    spring garden containers | Colorful Perennials – Flowers for Spring Containers

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