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    • David Cornelius

      hanging plants using an old shoe organizer

    • Jess Gaul

      old shoe hangers = vertical garden! looks good for herbs!

    • Helen Esqueda

      Sounds great for an herb garden, gotta tell my gardener about this! Turn a Shoe Hanger Into a Hanging Garden... If you are lacking the space for a little greenery, you can transform a shoe hanger into a hanging garden. Filled with hardy varieties like succulents or ivy, you'll be surprised how easy it is to grow a garden that requires no square footage!

    • Jill Payne

      I DO have a shoe rack that I always forget about... Maybe I'd remember it more if it were filled with plants rather than old shoes...

    • Kimberley Castaldini

      Pockets full of plants... Clever recycled idea for shoe holders

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