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Simon Orchard Garden Design

I'm glad you liked my pallet planter! I built it two years ago and it's still looking good. It's a great feeling to build something yourself and be able to re-cycle materials.

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Simon Orchard Garden Design

And here's something else I did with some more pallets to hide a nasty pebble-dash wall...

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