How to Make a Homegrown Stone Pot
The bigger a pot, the more it costs. Why not make your own inexpensive container, one that can withstand the test of time and the elements?
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Use Wire Brush for Finishing
To age more quickly, douse the outside with manure tea, diluted buttermilk or yogurt.
Ready to Plant
Once your trough has fully cured, you are ready for planting. First, place a small piece of screen or pantyhose over the drainage holes to keep soil from washing away.
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