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  • Jayne Reed

    Recycled newspaper • seedling planters. Plant whole container into ground. Go Green.

  • Stella Maner

    Origami Newspaper Planter (link) fold newspaper into biodegradable planters

  • Bambi Talley

    We use newspaper instead of weedfelt in our garden. This is a great idea for planting as well. And the kids are excited to help with this. Reuse old newspapers for crafts, décor, gifts and more.

  • Il Poggio alle Ville

    #Planting and #Gardens - Origami Newspaper Planter - great idea to do with kids!

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wow, isn't this clever? If I actually get around to planting anything, this is how I'll do it. Much nicer than plastic.

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Fun and EASY way to start your seeds for the season. We added a 2-liter bottle to cover the seeds for a 'greenhouse'.

Beautiful container arrangement that will last all winter! (p.s. I love this website). LOVE!!!!

tea pot planter - my mother has a tea pot set just like this. She'd KILL me if I used it for this (but I really want to!).

beautiful DIY idea , an old paint can to pebble planter.This would make a great house warming gift as well..

make seedling trays out of recycled paper. Time to start getting ready

Pots with house numbers. This would be so easy and would look great on the front by the door. Could also be changed easily and inexpensively. Now to decide what to plant.

Newspaper Pots Take a sheet of newspaper and fold lengthwise within 1" of the top. Roll newspaper around can. Flip over can and fold in the bottom. Pressed this down FIRMLY. Flip right side up. While still holding newspaper closed, carefully slide out the can. You can then fold down the top of the newspaper so as to not need any tape.

Newspaper Seedling Pots. great for sowing seeds, and you can plant the seedling along with the newspaper pot into the ground since its biodegradable!

Newspaper seedling pots instructions This works! I planted approx 500 seedlings using this method. The size of the pots can vary from tiny to large and thus you can start any seed from lettuce to pumpkins! Better start folding pots for this season...