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One fine day, I decided to decorate my garden with extra hanging flowers. I wanted to hang from a fence to create a more lively atmosphere in the garden. I went to the store, which sold only round hanging pots. Of course they did not suit me with either a look or a price. And then a pipe from a rain drain caught my eye.
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The idea has ripened by itself. Take the pipe, make a longitudinal cut, glue the plugs around the edges.
PVC pipes do not rot, do not deteriorate. They literally last thousands of years.
I took a four inch PVC pipe. I cut three identical pieces to make a three-tiered hanging flower garden.
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Then I sawed off a little less than half of the pipe on the end saw; He removed the burrs with a file. I glued the plugs with glue.
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For fastening, I drilled holes in the plugs on top. I also drilled holes from below so that excess water would not accumulate if, say, it rains, because this box will hang on the street. Then he missed the rope in all three pots of different lengths.
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Filled the drawers with earth. To prevent drainage holes from clogging, I laid the fabric in several layers at the bottom. Planted flowers and hung this design on the fence.
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It looks, I’ll tell you, it’s very healthy. Such plastic structures can be used not only in the garden, but also at home, on the balcony, etc. The main advantage of this master class is of course the cheapness and simplicity of the design.
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