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Planters from Stumps and Logs

By Horntoad
June 8, 2013

Instead of going through the hassle of removing a stump, use it as a planter. Chop out a cavity in the top of the stump, fill with soil, and plant a cascading plant in it. Old logs can be moved to your gardening area and planted as well.

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Charter ATP Member
Jun 8, 2013 6:44 AM CST

Hugellkultur --building raised beds over salvaged wood is a similar idea. As you can see from Dave's article, there are a lot of advantages to having a wood base under your garden beds--and if you don't have a stump or two handy, you can salvage whatever wood scraps, branches, and logs you get in pruning and land clearing around your yard. Recycle the biomass!

Good idea, Horntoad.

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