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teachcoolstuff:

(via Nature. - Cool Like Pie)
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charlies-threads:

Weekend project success!Take some pots from Bunnings, get some bright paints mixed up, buy some paint brushes and voilà! Great way to brighten up the garden. (The left plant in the pink pot is a Cola plant - smells amazing!)

charlies-threads:

Weekend project success!
Take some pots from Bunnings, get some bright paints mixed up, buy some paint brushes and voilà! Great way to brighten up the garden. (The left plant in the pink pot is a Cola plant - smells amazing!)

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gardenawayideas:

Use old buckets as planters. The rust gives it a great vintage look!

gardenawayideas:

Use old buckets as planters. The rust gives it a great vintage look!

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bibliophilefiles:

bricks painted to look like books for the garden :)

bibliophilefiles:

bricks painted to look like books for the garden :)

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muchocolor:

(via Pepper Design Blog » Blog Archive » Pinterest Challenge: DIY Succulent Planter Box)
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smart-gardener:

Clever way to organize your garden tools.

smart-gardener:

Clever way to organize your garden tools.

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majkkkus:

(via Tin can vertical garden idea)
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giftsforawoman:

Succulent Plants Variety Package in 2” pots- 20 different types of succulents to start your vertical wall garden!!!  Love it!

giftsforawoman:

Succulent Plants Variety Package in 2” pots- 20 different types of succulents to start your vertical wall garden!!!  Love it!

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handmadepride:

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arnassuisse:

Lavender

arnassuisse:

Lavender

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majkkkus:

(via Really neat pallet planters)
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theinsidesource:

A Life in Miniature 

By Jenny Bahn

Maybe it’s just because I live in New York City (a place notoriously strapped for space), but I am obsessed with the idea of tiny planters. Seashells, thimbles, wine corks, even light bulbs - if it’s tiny, it’s plantable. Throw a tiny succulent in there and you’ve got yourself a miniature garden. The plants are inherently low maintenance; they’ll never grow to unruly proportions, require minimal watering, and can be whipped together in a snap. It’s the perfect starter plant project for a girl with gardening commitment issues.

(Photos: Courtesy of Furnish Burnish)

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