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Garlic in a tin, onions in a pot and other cool tips for growing veg in a container.

Did you know you can re-grow celery from the bottom piece you cut off? Just chop it off, set it in a saucer of water, and in the next day or so, plant it in the garden. Within days celery shoots are growing. You may never have to buy celery again! from ChicksintheRoad - #garden #gardening #celery #growing #sprouting #propagation #vegetable - tå√

6 air purifying house plants. Remove formaldehyde, mold and more.

Recycle a plastic milk jug into a watering "can" for plants and flowers. Use a hammer and nails to make the holes.

Make an Upside-Down Planter Get the garden started early with these upside-down hanging growers from Instructables; they put empty plastic bottles back to work, keeping plants high enough to prevent animals and other ground-dwelling pests from snacking. Try it with herbs for fresh spices all summer long.

Make an Upside-Down Planter Get the garden started early with these upside-down hanging growers from Instructables; they put empty plastic bottles back to work, keeping plants high enough to prevent animals and other ground-dwelling pests from snacking. Try it with herbs for fresh spices all summer long.

plastic bottle greenhouse - Instructions for Plastic Bottle greenhouse. Saw this at an elementary school in England. Love it. Great school project - good idea for peer tutors and life skills students. We could raise bedding plants and sell them to finance field trips. Recycling, biology, applied math, social skills - brilliant!

Image detail for -... plants like these re-purposed plastic water bottles that are abundant

This is a cool idea.... That is a glass cutter made especially for ⚐ I have used cotton clothes line to wick plants when we went on vacation...works great. to cut bottle you wrap a thread soaked it in spirit or acetone (ore gasoline) around it a few times. then set thread on fire. then deep into a cold water. glass breaks where it's hot

Organic Gardens Network: 66 Things You Can Grow In Containers Hops Strawberries Tomatoes Summer Squash Other Squashes, like Acorn and Pumpkin Hot Peppers Sweet Peppers Cucumbers Melons Small Cantaloupe Just about any herb grows

Another pinner: Tried growing seeds in gallon milk containers out in the sun on my deck starting in late winter. It works. The beans, squash, and pumpkins have outgrown the containers.

On Deck Sweet Corn - The first corn you can grow in a container | burpee.com

Container gardening (some with grow bags instead of pots): Eggplant, sweet and hot peppers, sweet potatoes, strawberries, peas, carrots & onions.

Milk Crate "Air-Pot" Urban Container Gardening -----this pic is in the comments section==the lady shows how to line the crate with landscaping fabric in the instructable--the lady in the comments used regular fabric==pretty for a patio --i might try this for my carrots

how to grow carrots in a 2 liter soda bottle

This is my square foot container garden. Filled with all my favorite veggies, and a little lavender for its lovely scent. In total I have 4 broccolli plants, 4 cauliflower plants, 8 lavender, 2 green beans, 2 pepper, 2 tomatos, 9 strawberries, and aproximately 16 carrots planted in 11 milk crates, and about 9-10 bags of top soil and potting soils.