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Self watering tomato pots
How many of us throw out one or more of these a day? A great way to start off seedlings! They can also be placed in the earth, may create compact growing conditions. Check out how much room a plant needs to grow in, i.e., veges and fruits! A project from The Urban Project Book. Root Simple: build it
DIY Drip Irrigation System made from plastic bottles (2-liter), milk jugs or any other type of plastic bottle. Punch 2 holes into the sides, 2 holes into the bottom and plant bottles next to plants. Fill the bottles with water and your plants will get a slow steady water drip. If you screw the caps back onto the bottles after refilling, the water is released slower and it will not evaporate.
A potential attractive problem solver. Cascading dishes provide a unique replacement to conventional splash blocks at the bottom of downspouts. When placed under the downspout, they look like a beautiful garden fountain with the gentle sound of a waterfall when it rains.