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  • Newton
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    Love the tall planter with 24 pots.......strawberries? I wish I was handy! Might have a go anyway!

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  • Bigmallly
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    Originally posted by veggiechicken View Post
    Could be With storage for compost and pots in the base. - and a removable tray for the potting soil on top......... Then I could make more room in the GH for growing...
    I'm liking your train of thought...........

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  • veggiechicken
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    Could be With storage for compost and pots in the base. - and a removable tray for the potting soil on top......... Then I could make more room in the GH for growing...

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  • Bigmallly
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    Hows about a perfect little potting bench.

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  • veggiechicken
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    True but it weighs a ton and I have nowhere indoors that I want to put it But it could become a "cold frame" thingy. It has doors at the back. I've been looking at it for ages and thinking that the doors should come off - then realised I could just turn it around
    All suggestions for it welcome

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  • Bigmallly
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    That would make a cracking light box VC.

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  • veggiechicken
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    Serendipity!! I've been wondering what to do with a solidly built kitchen cupboard that has been outside all winter - its about to become a planter - of some sort
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  • SarzWix
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    The one that looks a bit like a trestle table is quite similar to the 'Ladder Allotment' idea. We've got one of those coming from the Morrisons voucher scheme for school, hopefully they'll be copy-able

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  • veggiechicken
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    Growing frames for small spaces

    Some interesting ideas here. I like the offset frames in the stand - but don't think my DIY skills are up to it. I'd probably do wooden troughs, rather than slots for individual pots.
    Handcrafted Wood Vertical and Hanging Planter Frames | Urban Gardens | Unlimited Thinking For Limited Spaces | Urban Gardens

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