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    Recycled cartons into planters/seed starters.

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    • Carol Speake

      Juice and milk containers recycled into herbs garden. Love this idea! http://thegardeningcook.com/recycled-items-to-use-as-seed-starters/

    • Tesana Mnarja

      Dont throw out those old juice cartons, they could be your new herb garden :) Just a note: it's a good idea to use something waterproof underneath them so they don't leave water/mildew stains on surfaces.

    • Joriel Foltz

      more great repurposing and gardening ideas here: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.431394390249512.107326.381607171894901=3

    • Brittany Haight

      Genius! Some people are so with it! Innovative indoor gardening idea, use cardboard juice containers.

    • Gaby Moen

      fittasticlyhealthy: truthbringer: Upcycling juice or milk cartons. This is great for a mini herb garden but you can also use the cartons by putting them into your actual outdoor garden. GENIUS!

    • handmadecreativity

      mini-orto: riciclare i cartoni del succo o del latte - upcycling juice or milk cartons for a mini herb garden

    • Akisha Wheeler

      Great way to recycle milk & juice cartons. Garden ideas 10/7 garden ideas hw

    • Rachelle Lutz

      Innovative indoor gardening idea, use cardboard juice containers.

    • Stacey Redfern

      Milk Carton / Juice Carton Planter boxes to start your garden

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