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Re: Wagon Wheel Container Garden

That is gorgeous!!

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Re: Wagon Wheel Container Garden

Although this is not my design style, it is a really cute idea for those that love this look!  I  like the the succulents but I'd probably use flowers instead.

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Re: Wagon Wheel Container Garden

This is so creative and so very beautiful! My mom is fond of gardening and upcycling stuff so I'm definitely going to share this with her.

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Re: Wagon Wheel Container Garden

That is neat

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Re: Wagon Wheel Container Garden

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@Dusty1 wrote:

Does anyone know what the plants are in the second wheel?

I love the look of this, but that is a lot of hens & chicks.

 

 

 


 

The second wheel is planted with herbs....how cool is that?! Smiley Happy

 

But the bad part is that 90% of them will need transplanting to grow properly. But it's a great starter area. 

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Re: Wagon Wheel Container Garden

It's a neat idea for the right landscape setting, though I wouldn't choose it. About that first wheel, I don't really like succulents all that much.


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Re: Wagon Wheel Container Garden

I just do not like things like this repurposed in the garden.... usually look too tacky!