decordemon
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Brian Patrick Flynn
 

Brian Patrick Flynn

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http://www.decordemon.com

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decordemon added this to DIY Project: Mobile Container Garden
Step 2: Drainage is extremely important when working with container gardens. A few holes in the bottom are all it takes. If you opt to purchase something pre-made as a mobile garden container, make sure to remove any plugs which are often inserted into the holes for shipping. For those of you transforming another object into a mobile container, a large drill bit will do the trick. Add several good-sized holes through the bottom and keep them roughly six inches apart.

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noelerfan added this to noelerfan's Favorites
February 11, 2012
Balcony gardening
Julie added this to Patios and yards
April 30, 2011
Wondering know to add some kind of drip pan to catch water runoff if I want to roll it inside.
renovation added this to Landscaping
April 9, 2011
Step 2: Drainage is extremely important when working with container gardens. A few holes in the bottom are all it takes. If you opt to purchase something pre-made as a mobile garden container, make sure to remove any plugs which are often inserted into the holes for shipping. For those of you transforming another object into a mobile container, a large drill bit will do the trick. Add several good-sized holes through the bottom and keep them roughly six inches apart.by decordemon
Jamie Winter added this to , cream subway tiles,
March 30, 2011
Drill severale good size holes on bottom. na large bit will do the trick.
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