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Video: Fixing clay pots

By: Garden Gate staff
Breaking a clay pot doesn’t mean you have to throw it away. Here’s a way to get at least a couple more seasons of use out of it.

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Breaking a clay pot doesn’t mean you have to throw it away. Here’s a way to get at least a couple more seasons of use out of it.


Published: Sept. 11, 2007
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