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    • Ashley Schmidt

      How to make it Cut the top from a clear 2-liter soda bottle. Find a flowerpot that fits inside the dome. Fill the pot with potting soil, then plant the seeds according to the packet directions. Place the pot on a saucer and poke in a craft stick marker. Slip the dome over the pot. Be sure to water the soil when it looks dry. Great idea for kids @ church

    • Jeff Sims

      DIY Mini Green House ~ use a trimmed, clean upturned drink bottle to create humidity while raising seeds. Easy to grow micro greens or herbs on a sunny windowsill this way keep plastic out of landfill. Trim sprouted seedlings with scissors add to salads or transplant outdoors when mature. ~ The Micro Gardener Garden Ideas

    • Michaela Sharp

      How to make it Cut the top from a clear 2-liter soda bottle. Find a flowerpot that fits inside the dome. Fill the pot with potting soil, then plant the seeds according to the packet directions. Place the pot on a saucer and poke in a craft stick marker. Slip the dome over the pot. Be sure to water the soil when it looks dry.( Me and My mom actually did this and it really works! It like a mini green house.)

    • Ruth Adams Quintal

      Mini Greenhouse: Cut the top from a clear 2-liter soda bottle. Fill little planting pot with soil, then plant the seeds according to the packet directions. Place pot on a saucer and mark seed type with craft stick marker. Slip the dome over the pot. Be sure to water soil when it looks dry.

    • Linda Gebric

      Starting Seeds… with a 2-liter bottle! (diy greenhouse) What you’ll need Clear 2-liter soda bottle Small flowerpot Potting soil Seeds Saucer Craft stick marker Helpful Tip: Consider planting herbs, such as parsley and basil, that can be transplanted outside once the weather warms

    • Heather TH

      keep the cats out of the plants: 25 Things To Do With Empty Plastic Bottles {Water & Soda Bottle Crafts} Saturday Inspiration & Ideas - bystephanielynn

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