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vistastores

03:45AM | 02/14/12
Member Since: 02/14/12
15 lifetime posts
Bvlawn
I want to know that, How can I use old patio umbrellas? I have Google for that and come to know about one DIY vidoe where they have recommend to develop romantic patio umbrella from fabric and pole of used one. Can any one suggest me alternative idea which help me to make it happen?

ben&ward1

03:31PM | 02/14/12
Member Since: 11/25/11
26 lifetime posts
Do you have any outside dogs? You could clean it up and fix it in the ground for a shady spot for the dogs.

vistastores

12:19AM | 02/15/12
Member Since: 02/14/12
15 lifetime posts
I think, This is very best solution for old patio umbrella. I will do it.

cars365

04:50PM | 02/23/12
Member Since: 12/13/11
27 lifetime posts
Are you wanting to know how to use old ones? or How to make the romantic ones?

froggy50

07:54PM | 05/06/12
Member Since: 05/06/12
20 lifetime posts
I don't really get what you are saying, but there really isn't any uses for old patio umbrellas. I guess if they are light enough, you could use the in the summer to take to the beach, or camping, river or lakes.

BV004081

10:23AM | 04/28/14
I have stripped the material from the umbrella, secured it in a large container of soil. I then planted Morning Glories and trained them to grow up the pole and out the unbrella spines. I then chose a variety of annuals and filled the container with them. Keep in mind that most Morning Glories do not like to be pampered with plant food or they will grow massive foliage but not many flowers, so choose your annuals accordingly.
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