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Hugelkulture - go DIRECTLY to the log
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I love it! Cant wait for the next hollow firewood tree. Yesterdays got cut into ten inch tall "planters" and I've filled them with leaf mold from the dregs of the leaf pile ready to plant. Your log planter is beautiful...inside out hugelkulture.
 
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