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The crates filled with plants are set on upside down crates, which, coupled with the breathable fabric, allows for optimal aeration and drainage.

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  1. Emmie July 21, 2013 at 2:13 pm

    How do you cut the fabric for the milk crates. We first saw this on the Cooking Channel/Extra Virgin and want to try, but I believe there was a special way to cut the fabric.