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  • Michelle Langworthy Photography

    Vertical garden tower | #small space garden

  • Patti Berger

    Maybe I could actually plant all my baby succulents! 53 favorite backyard projects | Vertical garden tower | Sunset.com

  • Linda Nelson

    Tower gardens... We have deer that think anything we plant is a buffet for them. This cool idea is a DIY version of the towergarden I want to buy. This one claims to cost $140. It can stay on your deck and the deer can't eat it!!

  • Debi Watts

    Favorite DIY Garden Projects - Sunset Vertical garden tower! (to keep critters out of the plants!)

  • Kathleen Palmer

    When you're an avid gardener working with a small footprint, you inevitably learn how to get creative with the space you have. I'm one of those gardeners and I try to not look at my limited space as a disadvantage, but instead as a challenge, which is why I'm always on the lookout for innovative gardening ideas. This vertical garden tower might be the perfect solution to house my abundance of potted edible plants and herbs.

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