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How to Make a Petunia Tower

Basically, it’s a ring of galvanized fencing lined with landscape fabric, then filled with potting soil. The petunias were planted through slits in the landscape fabric. This looks like a pretty easy do-it-yourself project!

You can Get the instructions from Here.

Materials you’ll need :

  • 4-foot galvanized wire fencing with 2-inch x 4-inch openings
  • Landscape fabric
  • 6-inch black zip ties
  • 13 1⁄2-inch flower pot

Tools you’ll need :

  • Leather palm or cut-resistant work gloves
  • Utility knife
  • Garden spade
  • Aviation snips or tin snips
  • Scissors
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