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Low. Ride. Er.

Lowes: project was just shy of $100. The pebbles have a diameter of 5 feet and are only about 3″ deep. The stones have an outer diameter of 4 feet (might want to go larger). It’s 4 rows high. 52 stones total and 4 cubic feet of sandstone pebbles. Provide air holes between the stones for oxygen. Step 3 is just removing the grass, and digging a shallow hole about 3″ deep.

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DIY Monogram Planter Tutorial

This extra large monogram planter will add some beautiful color to your front walkway! Built with cedar to withstand watering and weathering, plus you can easily re-plant when this season's blooms are done. Tutorial from Ellery Designs on


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