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  • Heather Newman

    "Chenonceau herb garden- buried flower pots." great idea for plants that need to come in for fall or plants like peppermint that can be invasive.

  • Jessica Monroy

    Cool herb garden idea, buried pots surrounded by mulch. Would also work for any plant that's not winter hardy placed anywhere in the garden!

  • Donna Davidson

    HERB GARDEN: Contain aggressive perennial herbs by planting them in buried pots. Now this is a cool idea!

  • Bobbie Emerick

    Herb garden in sunken pots. Great idea especially for those invasive plants like mint.

  • Jennie Charlton

    Sunken Pot Herb Garden #garden #sunken #herb #pots #vegetables #border

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