Pallet Garden Ideas

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a wooden pallet filled with lots of plants
Raised Garden Beds - Brilliant DIY and Kits for Lovely and Protected Gardens.
Succulent Pallet Garden...these are the BEST DIY Garden & Yard Ideas!
four different types of flowers in wooden planters
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How to Build a Cascading Flower Pallet Planter Box ~ Pallet Planter Box For Cascading Flowers
a swing bed in the middle of some bushes and trees with pillows on top of it
To Feed or Not To Feed
Using Recycled Salvaged Materials In Your Garden
a wooden pallet with potted plants on it
17 Creative DIY Pallet Planter Ideas for Spring | DIY Projects
Vertical Pot Pallet Planter | 12 Creative DIY Pallet Planter Ideas for Spring | Beautiful Pallet Gardening Crafts, check it out at http://diyready.com/pallet-projects-gardening-supplies/
an outdoor shelf with potted plants and flowers on it next to a pile of firewood
Gardening DIY tutorials for every amateur gardener
Read about gardening DIY tutorials for every amateur gardener.
some wooden pallets with plants growing in them and the words how to make this strawberry planter out of it
Another pallet project :) Strawberry and herb garden idea.. I LOVE finding uses for things that most people would just throw in the ole dumpster!
a wrench laying on the ground next to a piece of metal
How to Keep Dirt Inside Pallet Planters? • 1001 Pallets
Many readers ask the question on how to make a clean pallet planter and how to keep the dirt in? Here …
an outdoor garden area with raised wooden planters and plants in the ground, along side a house
Squash Growing Racks Made Out Of Pallets
Squash Growing Racks Made Out Of Pallets
an assortment of plants are growing in a wooden planter on the side of a building
MIFGS 2012 :: recycling ideas for the garden...
several potted plants are sitting on top of an old wooden pallet shelf in front of a house
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Garden potting shelf...I want one of these...Looks like im going have to make it!!!
a wooden pallet with plants growing on it
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Growing salads, fruits and herbs vertically not only allows urban dwellers to grow food in small spaces, but follows the permaculture principles of stacking, using renewable resources and making the most of the edge.