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Double Exposure

If you're trying to cut down on outdoor water use, it's smart to line unglazed clay or wooden garden containers with nonporous plastic liners that help retain moisture—just make sure they are well camouflaged. Always tuck the smaller interior pot below the rim of the larger outer pot. Quick-growing annuals planted close to the outer edges of the planter will soon spill over the rim, concealing any gaps.
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