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    Keeping outdoor area looking neat?

    Hey everybody!

    As the title stated, how do you keep an outdoor area with many plants looking neat? I don't have many plants right now, but I can see it becoming a problem in the future. Has anyone made some sort of outdoor shelf/rack to organize your plants? Pictures would be awesome!

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    Neat?.....what's that?.....N-E-A-T....nope, never heard of it.
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    Brie's outdoor area is pretty neat, you could ask her. ;D
    Gettin there...

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    I am thinking about getting some shelves. I just recently swept all the falling leaves off the deck so right now it looks as neat as its ever been.

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    I keep my nepenthes outside on simple benches. They consist of two cinder blocks about four feet apart with four 2x4's on top. One bench holds about twelve one gallon plastic pots. They work fine for me and are cheap and easy to make.
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    Exo:

    dueoka: The benches seem like a cool idea, got any pictures?

    The only problem I can think of with a shelf is it getting knocked over in a storm, by animals, etc...

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    Here you go!





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    I use those heavy duty plastic storage shelves that you can buy at most hardware stores.. I break em down to just single shelves and use them as benches..

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