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DIY Wine Bottle Hanging Planters

I'm guessing these wine bottle planters would be easy to replicate. First we'd have to cut off the bottom of the bottles. We wouldn't be able to use potting soil as our planting medium. From the look of the pictures, it seems moss was used--perhaps peat? Wire bound or small rope tied just below the ...

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