Rooftop Gardening Diva Style with Wine Corks

Dear Diva Readers,

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Gardeners know that topping dressing garden soil with mulch is an effective step in conserving soil moisture and retarding weed growth. You can also use corks in lieu of pebbles in the bottom of planters! Now that, my dear readers, is what I call Gardening with Diva Style!

Cheers,

The Antiques Diva®