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This one in Savannah, GA is very interesting...reminds me somewhat of tumbleweed. How beautiful this would be lighted from within at night!

I was wondering what to do with all my old insulators!

Anyone else old enough to remember these old glass covers ... they were on telephone poles ... transformer covers? Used to have a box of them, saved from the 1950s, most of mine were shades of green. Love the light blue and bright whites one pictured here...remind me of pussy willows (on steroids, of course!).

Lots of bottle tree ideas and images on this site--and the guy tells a brief history of this primitive art form.

Bottle tree Need to leave a tree at the lot for one of these

In spring, use pastel to bright greens In summer, go for darker greens and browns In autumn, red, orange, yellow Winter, blues, white and clear

Love the bottle tree; love the blue bottles!!

... a bottle tree that I hadn't seen before.

patio bottle tree by goadk123 (Karen)

Could I get away with putting bottles in the planters at my front door?

bottle tree - For thousands of years, superstition has held that bottles can trap bad spirits at night, which are then destroyed in the next day's sunlight - legends of "bottle "imps" and genies in lamps originated in Arabia over three thousand years ago, and have been handed down through sub-Saharan Africa, up to Europe, and finally to North America.