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Making a Pebble Planter

By goldfinch4
November 25, 2015

Looking for a little project to pass the time when cold or rainy weather keeps you out of the garden? How about making a cute pebble planter? This design works especially well for succulents and alpine plants because of the excellent drainage this pot provides.

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Name: Clint Brown
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clintbrown
Feb 1, 2013 4:51 PM CST
I used a sandstone slab for my base. I glued the rocks around it to make the shape. The small holes between the rocks make excellent drainage. I just wanted to correct the part about a wood base. Nice article though!
Name: Chris
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goldfinch4
Feb 2, 2013 2:58 AM CST
I'm sorry for the error Clint. Thanks for clarifying that!
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