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I would then use concrete colorant (about $4.00 a bottle) to dye the blocks a lovely shade of terra cotta. I have a root cellar dug into the side of a hill and faced with railroad ties in the back of my rose garden. We cement all of our concrete block work together with PL Construction adhesive (exterior grade in the caulk tube) Quick, easy, water-proof and dries in a couple of hours.

Then use the same PL Adhesive to line the bottom of each hollow planter section with a piece of landscape fabric.
Next, I would fill each planter section with potting soil and plant cactus and other succulents like sedums.

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