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    Spectacular Container Gardening Ideas - Southern Living Consider using a cast-concrete pool for a miniature garden. Because these pools are made to accommodate plumbing, there are already holes in the bottom that allow for drainage.

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    Creative Gardens Containers Idea | Spectacular Container Gardening Ideas - Southern Living

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    101 Container Gardening Ideas - Enjoy nonstop color all season long with these container gardening ideas and plant suggestions. You'll find beautiful pots to adorn porches and patios. - Spectacular Container Gardening Ideas - Southern Living

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    ❤️ Love the birdbath planter! 101 Container Gardening Ideas - Southern Living

  • Shawna

    101 Container Gardening Ideas | Southern Living - using bird bath as planter.

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