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  • Rod Chond

    Scrap wood becomes shadowbox planter frames

  • Dub N Dub or DnD

    I like this idea for planter boxes. Have spare wood will build. The Pinner said: "Turn leftover wood into shadow boxes to hang on a fence, giving extra growing room for potted plants or display space. These are strong enough to support a gallon-size plant in a ceramic pot. ******************************************** Sunset - #garden #wall #shelf #display t√"

  • Annamarie Stepney Photography

    Defo doing this....LOVE it! Potted plants in wooden frames attached to the garden fence. Good use of space and eye catching!

  • Debbie Lovern

    Outdoor shadow boxes for planters

  • Creations from Ash

    I love this... I want to do this on my fence... With my herbs? Inside the frames and on top? So adorable. Question is: would it pass strata rules... Maybe if I did frames along the entire fence?... Which would be pretty awesome too... Wooden Fence Planter Boxes - 40 Genius Space-Savvy Small Garden Ideas and Solutions

  • Beth Shanahan

    backyard: framed pots

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so pretty. My fence should be done for this fall, I think something like this may be in order! # Pin++ for Pinterest #

Never thought to use our fence to garden! This would be efficient AND look pretty!

Would this fence idea work for an herb garden?? In case you have a dull wooden fence at your backyard you can easily spice up it. You can make a colorful vertical garden of it. Tools and materials - Terra-cotta pots - Painters tape - Spray paint - Flowerpot hanger

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Great and inexpensive idea! Dollarama also sells them already decorated or with raised patterns u can embellish as desired--for a buck! My kind of deal :-)

Yes, I know it's a fence. But those curls would look really cool in a wire pendant with gemstones or beads attached/dangling.

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I am thinking this would be so cute around the fruit/veggie garden... put some chicken wire on the back side of it to keep the stray footballs/kickballs out...

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