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arbor made from skids

Posted by KathyWI none (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 25, 12 at 19:00

My Dh made this for me. I have planted morning glories by it. Hopefully we will get a nice full crop!


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RE: arbor made from skids

  • Posted by cnm1 6 Oh (My Page) on
    Wed, Jul 25, 12 at 20:16

What a great idea!!It has a really nice shape - reminds of a boat stuck in the ground. That was really nice of him


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Great use of old pallets...it will look awesome covered with flowers too!


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Very rustic & the morning glories should have no trouble going up it! That will be beautiful. Show us again when it is covered! Jan


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Love the shape---Great arbor!


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Good job!!! The planting part is super ingenious!!!! Never seen that done before!!!


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Are the glories planted midway in flower boxes? This is very cool recycling ! Your hubby did a great job! Fun! Jeanne S.


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The morning glories are planted at the bottom. It is just some annuals planted up higher. I think next year I will add more in other slates. He just added a bottom board and potting soil. It is getting fuller everyday. It was a really nice surprise one day when I got home from work.


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