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    • Amy Ogea Casas

      Wire Garden Trellis garden sculptures - Pottery Barn Wonder about tomato cages???

    • Amy Jump Friedman

      Training outdoor plants can be quite the task, but with these wire garden trellis it should be a walk in the park. They're quite chic as well, which is an added bonus during those months you await for your plants to grow in full - I also love the lighting idea.

    • The Posh Phoenician

      Garden Party Lighting: Tomato Cage + Gold Spray Paint + Party Patio Lights or Twinkle Lights

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