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  • Summer Henley

    Back door herb garden >>I might just do this on my front porch! I mean, I have come back to my country roots, and I am about to plant a vegetable garden in my front yard...so I'm thinking a galvenized bucket garden on my front porch is quite fitting.

  • Amanda Delmer

    Back door herb garden or even just a planter for plants.

  • Mehira Lozano

    back door herb garden idea for small spaces.

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