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  • Di Pliska

    DIY trellis herb wall

  • Abby Barbrick

    Genius herb garden idea for small spaces or small backyards

  • Jenna Tatters

    DIY Deck Idea: Shady Seating and a Living Wall | Making Lemonade - hanging herb garden on a trellis

  • Courtney Jordan

    for small spaces make a trellis for plants to grow up to create more green space

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