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  • Starr Sweetman

    GROWBOTTLE | Indoor Herb Garden Kit, Wine Bottle Planter | UncommonGoods LOVE as a gift idea

  • Leah Lenz

    Glass Bottles: Upcycled & Repurposed Wine Bottle Planters

  • greenami & da silva

    herb planters made from recycled wine bottles | green gift guide

  • Timothy Lee

    Wine bottle herb gardens - Have seen this done with 2-liter plastic soda bottles for K12 classroom hydroponics projects. (Timothy smacks forehead) How did I miss identifying this simple idea could be scaled up to a more elegant version. Using wine bottles versus plastic creates a saleable product for farmers markets, crafts fairs, garden shows, etc.

  • Patty Gilbertson

    Recycle wine bottles and grow herbs!

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