Galvanized Garden ~ Repurposed Container Planting


When our waste management company provided large, rolling plastic containers, we were left with an assortment of galvanized trash cans. Then we moved and inherited more cans and wash tubs! What to do with too many galvanized containers? Why, make a galvanized garden, of course!
see how I did it at :
http://ourfairfieldhomeandgarden.com/galvanized-garden-repurposed-container-planting/
Nasturtiums, marigolds and tomatoes in the galvanized garden.
Reuse old trashcans, buckets & tubs ~ make them into a kitchen garden!
Wooden spoon plant markers are easy to make and look great in my galvanized garden.
The galvanized garden held a lot of herbs & veggies!

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  • Marty
    on Aug 26, 2017

    Doyou need to punch holes in the cans for drainage?

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  • Mari Dots
    on Aug 11, 2014

    oh Carla... that is just beautiful! love that you can move it around too.. perfect!

  • Lesa
    on Mar 1, 2020

    What are you using for ground cover in the background. The plants are really pretty!

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