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Spotted at a Local Shop

July 24th, 2018

I stopped by Brambles in Belfast two weeks ago to purchase a few items and spotted these lovely cedar planters out front.



Naturally, I took some photos in hopes of being able to make my own. Having a few planters like this to create dividers in the garden would be really nice. I’m thinking of a spot in my garden in particular where I’d love to have a hedge of sorts, but snowfall and plowing won’t allow it. Lavender or boxwood in containers like this would be a fantastic option. They could easily be moved in during the summer and be tucked away in the garage or a shed during the winter.

Have you spotted any items recently you want to try to make for your garden?

One Comment to “Spotted at a Local Shop”
  1. Nebraska Dave on July 24, 2018 at 8:40 am

    Susy, I am constantly building, improving, developing the gardens that I have. My latest is a backyard container bucket garden.There will be 21 containers in all when finished.My inspiration is usually blogs or YouTube videos of gardens.

    Have a great local container idea day.

    Nebraska Dave

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