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  • Dana Mullins

    Old wagon wheel. Herb Garden Idea!

  • Kristy Lucas Smith

    A wagon wheel herb garden... - cool idea, but I wouldn't be able to spend the years after watching that old wheel rot away, in the dirt... maybe use something else in the shape of a wagon wheel so it comes across as the same idea for the herb garden... and do something a little less "lets watch this cool old wagon wheel relic of the past rot away" with the wagon wheel, like furniture, a chandelier, wall hanging, table, I don't know sand and clear coat and use as a towel rack...

  • Seasons

    Growing An Herb Garden Outdoors | Wagon wheel herb garden ~

  • Trinity Rae

    Wagon Wheel Herb Garden; Re-pinned as an idea for my mother, she has so many wagonwheels incorperated into her garden, and also grows herbs. Its a good idea!

  • Lainey McCrory

    Oldwagon wheel divider. [averysofia-living wiki]

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