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THose look great! I get the Itch to play in the garden too. Our spring’s been very fickle this year and we’ve had a few winter relapses keeping me from digging in the dirt. We had a high of -8 C today! Your planters took like a fun way to scratch that itch while waiting for the ground to thaw.
 
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