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Using salvage in the garden

Posted by luvs2click 5 Ohio (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 14, 12 at 20:21

Spring seems to have arrived here in Ohio already, and I'm getting in the mood to work in the gardens! I found an interesting article I thought others would enjoy reading. I like a lot of these ideas. I plan to try the container "rock garden" and also have a box of bricks with the holes in them that I picked up for free at a yard sale. I plan to plant them with hens & chicks. Enjoy!

Here is a link that might be useful: Using Salvage in the Garden


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Wonderful ideas! TFS, luvs2click! I did score another sewing machine base & an old iron grate for the top late in the Fall & plan on using it in my gardens. I have one on the patio & love it! 70's here today...summer arrived...what happened to Spring? Normal is 40's for high & looks like we have a week of it! Spring break rocks! Jeanne S.


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Cute ideas! Thanks for sharing.


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Great ideas! I bookmarked the site.


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Wish I had that grate! Lots of good ideas there! TFS Jan


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Good article! Thanks.
Kathy


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I love the bear's head on the stump at the bottom of the page. Actually I like all the ideas. Thanks for posting the link, luvs, and be sure to post pictures of your own creations using the items you found.


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