Soda Bottle Gardening

Soda Bottle Gardening

Soda Bottle Gardening

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Make a mini garden with large water bottles

Make a Mini Garden in Balcony with Bottled Five Gallons of Water
  • Mash Pol PhotoGraphix
    Mash Pol PhotoGraphix

    great idea and inspiration there

  • Carmen Broomfield
    Carmen Broomfield

    I like the idea and will be trying it this spring!

  • Omi Saide
    Omi Saide

    Love this! And they're portable!

  • Carolyn Knight
    Carolyn Knight

    Too cute! A must try!

Soda Bottle Green House

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Grow carrots in a 2 liter soda bottle. I think my kids would love this! They could watch the roots & tops grow at the same time.

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  • Elliott Rodgers
    Elliott Rodgers

    I'm 42 and I love the idea of doing it!!

Recycle plastic soda bottles by turning them into a great fresh herb and veggie garden. Perfect for small yards, balconies, or even indoors (kitchen window garden?)

Recycled Plastic Bottles to Awesome Vertical Vegetable Garden

soda bottles into a garden...for those who drink a LOT of soda!

Blog da Tia Vera: Jardim/Horta Reciclável

A SIP is a planter watered from the bottom... 2-liter soda bottles would be a perfect fit for my kitchen windowsill for next winter's indoor garden. Just have to make a slip over cover to make them all pretty.

Green Roof Growers: Let’s Make 2-Liter SIPs!

soda bottles + plants = hanging garden!

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Vertical soda bottle garden. "Bottle tower gardening, a simple and cheap method to produce vegetables in a small space, even on a balcony (Photo WVC)"

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  • Yvonne Oyoyo
    Yvonne Oyoyo

    I'm going to try a smaller size one in my front yard

DIY hanging planters - (the link is for purchasing) - this is easily a DIY project - made with two liter soda bottles painted and holes punctured and threaded with fishing line, or even "jump rings" through the holes and decorative chain to hang with. So cool!

Geometry in the Garden

DIY herb gardens. Cut the soda bottle or any plastic bottle with a cover. Turn upside down; attach to board. I'm thinking of leaving the cover to the bottle on; punch in a few holes to drain excess water, but not have the soil drain out also. And even better if you can make wholes in the board so you only see the plants!!!!

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