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Veritical Planter

Posted by lindasewandsew So Cal 9 (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 11, 11 at 18:10

My friend Edna gave me these plastic terra cotta color lawn edgings. They're turned upside down, fastened with wire to a metal rack and planted with sedum. The letters are cut from license plates and attached with small metal screws to an old metal sign that's painted black and splattered with terra cotta color paint. It's 60 inches tall and 18 inches wide. The most surprising thing is that it's actually finished, lol. Linda

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RE: Veritical Planter

THAT IS AWESOME!!!!!! I've been lusting after a vertical garden wall for a while. You made it happen. Very good job of repurposing the lawn edging. Also love the license plate letters. I've seen them used before and may just have to start cutting up the plates I have :)


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that is a great looking planter... I like it
you did a great job!!!

happy junking,
carmen


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Oh. Wow. Creativity at it's finest.
VERY well done. Amazed & chuckling
at *Vertically Challenged* Love it!

blessings on you,
~digger


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Oh this is wonderful.....how very clever.....can I borrow some of your creativity sometime?


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Love it! Great recycling & ALWAYS love your creativity w/license plates! (hard work!) 60" tall...wow...that looks so cool w/the plants! TFS! Jeanne S.


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Your sign really makes it standout!! Will look lovely with plants hanging over the edges. Jan


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