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  • Angela Walters

    Cheap way to start seeds indoors by repurposing household items. (or an egg carton.)

  • Brendan Peoples

    Gardening Ideas

  • Anne Thompson

    toilet paper rolls repurposed as seed starters. transport the whole thing to the garden, plant, and you're done.

  • Charlene Knaps

    Seed starters using toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls cut in half. Biodegradable!

  • Anthony Apostoloff

    Using toilet paper tubes to start seeds is a good way to jumpstart your garden. I have used egg cartons in the past but they dont have much depth to them so the plants develop less

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