Vertical pallet garden
Step 3 To make 2 sacks to sit side by side in pallet, cut weed matting into 4 rectangles of equal size,
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Step 4 Lean pallet against wall,
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Step 5 Place pallet on the ground in a spot where it can be kept flat for a couple of weeks.
Step 6 Cut holes in weed matting, and dig holes in potting mix so plants will fit in. Remove plants from their pots, soften mix around the roots, and position 1 plant in each hole.
Step 7 Water thoroughly,
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Step 8 Rest vertical pallet garden up against a wall or fence in your yard. Or, using a drill and dynabolts (anchors that fix to concrete), attach it to the wall. Then sit back and enjoy the view!
Methyl bromide treated pallets are in current circulation,
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