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Two planks of wood and four plastic troughs is all it takes to create your own vertical garden for a visual statement, indoors or out

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Fine-blade hacksaw; square;?600mm level; pencil;?Phillips screwdriver; measuring tape; sanding block, hand saw.?This project uses plastic troughs from Bunnings (pictured below) as the basis for this?vertical garden.

Begin the project with plastic troughscustom gifts for dad, $20.99 each, from Bunnings.

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This vertical garden is a visual statement that’;s perfect for indoor or outdoor use.

4 troughs $83.96; 2 pine planks (120 x 20 x 1800mm) $39.44; 16 x 15m screws?$5.74; paint/stain $22.37; masking tape $4.65.

TOTAL:?$156.16

Roger stool, $399.99, from Alex &; Corban. Deadly Ponies garden bag, $105, and Tajika flower shears, $95.50, both from Everyday Needs.?Wall painted in Resene ‘Swirl’.

Created by: Catherine Wilkinson and Martin Laidlaw.

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