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Рецепт полтавских галушек с куриной подливой - perchinka63.ru

Рецепт полтавских галушек с куриной подливой - perchinka63.ru

Self-Watering Seed Starter Pots

How To Make Self-watering Seed Starter Pots. We are excited to share with you this recycling project. It is truly green and fun. You do not only recycle those plastic water bottles, but also make self-watering seed starter pots for you to start your herb

Maiko Nagao - diy, craft, fashion + design blog: DIY: Upcycled plastic bottle herb planter

Plastic Bottle Herb Planter: a modular, self-watering garden is green in all senses of the word. Cut up a few bottles for your kitchen windowsill, and make this fantastic, self-watering herb planter!

Love it! Could grow 24 different herbs in this outside then easily move it indoors when tempature drops

For my herb garden. This one doesn't show you how to do it but looks like a good project to start! It's also great for a tiny patio or yard. Looks like the pots might be too small though. so, build frame bigger according to pot size preferred.

reuse toilet paper rolls, never thought to 'fold' the bottom that way - smart!

Toilet paper rolls are those items that we use every day. Instead of just throwing those empty toilet paper tubes out, we can repurpose them as creative crafts for kids or home decoration. Here are Homemade Toilet Paper Roll Crafts for your inspiration.

how to fold a box from newspaper. Then you can plant your seeds in them then plant the whole thing in the ground! Click on Diagram for pattern

"Origami Garbage Bin" - includes animation (and a diagram) to show you how to fold this. Although it's called a garbage bin, it will make great seed-starting pots since you can place the entire thing in the ground and the newspaper will quickly decompose.

This seems like an ingenious way to start planting because you could just transplant the whole thing and the paper will decompose. I'm doing this on my next attempt at black eyed peas.

Seeds started in a cupcake tin, perfect. Once plants have germinated pSeeds started in a cupcake tin, perfect. Once plants have germinated place the paper & plant in soil.lace the paper & plant in soil.

Planting seeds in eggshells then put eggshell and all in garden bed when ready for transplant. Crush egg shell a little to give roots room to expand and gives an added benefit of nutrients to the plant.

Save your large egg shells next time you bake, wash them out, plant them with seeds. Once the plants are large enough, just transfer the whole egg into the ground. The shell is actually a great fertilizer and the roots will be able to break right through.