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You will need a pallet ( about 25"x380)landscapingpaper,sandpaper, staple gun and staples, potting soil, assorted succulentsHeres the way to do it.Sand down any rough spots on your pallet.Double or triple up your landscaping fabric and begin the stapling fun. Staple fabric along the back, bottom and sides of the pallet, taking care at the corners to fold in the fabric so no soil will spill out. Leave the top unstapled with fabric, pour in your soil and plant your succulents in the cracks

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