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Produce-crate planter

Produce-crate planter is a(n) gallery

it is about Plants, and Gardening

it was released on Aug 1, 2020

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Figure 1: An empty black plastic produce crate. Photograph by emsen, 2020-08-01.

Figure 1: An empty black plastic produce crate. Photograph by emsen, 2020-08-01.

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Figure 2: A black plastic produce crate that has been lined with landscaping fabric. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

Figure 2: A black plastic produce crate that has been lined with landscaping fabric. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

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Figure 3: A black plastic produce crate which has been lined with black landscaping fabric and had about an inch of dirt laid in the bottom. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

Figure 3: A black plastic produce crate which has been lined with black landscaping fabric and had about an inch of dirt laid in the bottom. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

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Figure 4: A two-liter soda bottle. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

Figure 4: A two-liter soda bottle. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

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Figure 5: A two liter soda bottle which has been cut in half, and the upper half placed, inverted, into the lower half. A pile of yellow yarn is next to the bottle. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

Figure 5: A two liter soda bottle which has been cut in half, and the upper half placed, inverted, into the lower half. A pile of yellow yarn is next to the bottle. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

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Figure 6: A hand holds the top half of a two-liter soda bottle upside down, showing a few strands of yellow yarn falling out of the opening. The other ends of the strands are visible inside the neck of the bottle. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

Figure 6: A hand holds the top half of a two-liter soda bottle upside down, showing a few strands of yellow yarn falling out of the opening. The other ends of the strands are visible inside the neck of the bottle. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

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Figure 7: A two-liter soda bottle which has been cut in half and the upper half inverted inside the lower half. The upper half is about half-full of dirt. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

Figure 7: A two-liter soda bottle which has been cut in half and the upper half inverted inside the lower half. The upper half is about half-full of dirt. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

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Figure 8: A black plastic produce crate lined along the bottom and sides with landscaping fabric and about an inch of dirt. 12 two-liter soda bottles, cut in half with the upper-half inverted inside the lower half, half-filled with dirt, are lined up in the crate. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

Figure 8: A black plastic produce crate lined along the bottom and sides with landscaping fabric and about an inch of dirt. 12 two-liter soda bottles, cut in half with the upper-half inverted inside the lower half, half-filled with dirt, are lined up in the crate. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

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Figure 9: A metal tomato cage approximately five feet long. Photograph  by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

Figure 9: A metal tomato cage approximately five feet long. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

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Figure 10: A hand holds a small plastic cup so that the leg of a metal tomato cage is sitting inside it. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

Figure 10: A hand holds a small plastic cup so that the leg of a metal tomato cage is sitting inside it. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

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Figure 11: A black plastic produce crate that has had the bottom and sides lined with landscaping fabric, an inch of dirt along the bottom, 12 two-liter bottles that have been cut in half with the upper half inverted inside the lower and half-filled with dirt, and four plastic cups arranged in the space between the rows of bottles. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

Figure 11: A black plastic produce crate that has had the bottom and sides lined with landscaping fabric, an inch of dirt along the bottom, 12 two-liter bottles that have been cut in half with the upper half inverted inside the lower and half-filled with dirt, and four plastic cups arranged in the space between the rows of bottles. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

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Figure 12: A black plastic produce crate lined with landscaping fabric and filled with dirt, with several young bean plants and two young squash plants growing in it. There is a green metal tomato cage sticking up out of the crate. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

Figure 12: A black plastic produce crate lined with landscaping fabric and filled with dirt, with several young bean plants and two young squash plants growing in it. There is a green metal tomato cage sticking up out of the crate. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

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Figure 13: A black plastic produce crate lined with black landscaping fabric and planted with several young bean plants, two young squash, some oregano, and mint, sits in front of a parking spot. To the left are several ceramic planters with herbs growing in them, and behind the crate are a few plastic planters with herbs, and an upright pallet with succulents growing out of the top of it.  Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

Figure 13: A black plastic produce crate lined with black landscaping fabric and planted with several young bean plants, two young squash, some oregano, and mint, sits in front of a parking spot. To the left are several ceramic planters with herbs growing in them, and behind the crate are a few plastic planters with herbs, and an upright pallet with succulents growing out of the top of it. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

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Figure 14: A close look at a black plastic produce crate lined with landscaping fabric and planted with several young bean plants, two young squash plants, some oregano, and mint. Birch park has been lightly mulched over the surface of the planter. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.

Figure 14: A close look at a black plastic produce crate lined with landscaping fabric and planted with several young bean plants, two young squash plants, some oregano, and mint. Birch park has been lightly mulched over the surface of the planter. Photograph by emsenn, 2020-08-01.