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    Look! Bottles as Garden Path Border

    We love cool glass bottles, but we've found that it's easy to exhaust uses for them, and significantly harder to throw pretty ones away! We saw this clever idea in The Oregonian, along with some other ideas for repurposing in the garden...
    • Tracy Stewart

      wine bottle garden border but beer bottles work better

    • Megan Smith

      Glass bottle garden edging. How pretty is that?! Imagine the colours and sparkle in the sunshine :) A couple of other cutsies on the blog linked here, too. --Meggie

    • Alison Conliffe

      If you haven’t already seen the recycled bottle garden edging, time to take a look. This idea is best in areas where there is little traffic from machinery such as mowers. You can bury the bottles neck down so that the bottoms of the bottles provide the edging. You can vary the heights of each bottle, or keep it all uniform. Choose to use bottles of all one color, or mix it up.

    • Heather McCormick

      Bottle garden ideas

    • Lola Long

      recycle wine bottles into garden edging by Linda Wynne...going to do this with beer bottles. :)

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