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wow, isn't this clever? If I actually get around to planting anything, this is how I'll do it. Much nicer than plastic.

  • Emilia Laurila

    Oh! Didn't think of it like that, thanks :)

  • Zoro

    How eco-friendly! Thanks for sharing Sallie :)

  • Halcyone Glenn

    Thanks for the idea. I need to start planning my garden soon, and I'd like to do more from seed than already started from the store. It's a lof cheaper, too.

  • Jude Hart

    Sounds like a plan!

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Being on a budget doesn’t have to mean using ugly containers. If you’re willing to put a little elbow grease into converting a cheap plastic pot into something unique and stylish, then you can have nice looking pots for less than $20. Hunt down garage sales and scour Craig’s List to find inexpensive pots. Then with $10 of paint and stenciling supplies, you’ll be well on your way.

  • Lee Belisario

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a little bit of France by MaureenduLong, via Flickr

DIY Potted Herb Garden. The painting would be a good kid project.

Basil plants and fresh Tomatoes ~ Something GOOD is about to happen!

These look quite simple, spray paint some pots and pebbles, and put herbs in pots very effective and not expensive

✔Foto "pinnata" dalla nostra lettrice carla Covasce blogger di Craft Patisserie DIY threaded chairs

cake with giants | herbs illustration