Added by on 2017-08-17

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4 Comments

  • Sharlene Martin 2 months ago

    Ok now

  • Marty Lynchian 2 months ago

    This looks like the plants are too jammed up against the side. Maybe it might work with something like mint or a vine but I think the plants need more room to grow. Has anyone actually made this and confirmed that the plants don't die from being squished?

  • Dani McGlothin 2 months ago

    love it and whats great is my daughter can do this with me!

  • SoCal72Islander 2 months ago

    Nice!