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  • Lynnette (Polka Dot Pond Shop)

    How to make a sub-irrigation planter. Love these recycle, reuse garden ideas!

  • Tabitha Marx

    Sub irrigated planter from 2 liter pop bottle

  • Mel Charm

    Self watering planter from 2 liter pop bottle

  • Stephanie Evans

    How to make a 2-liter Sub-Irrigated Planter. I'm not sure I would use a two liter plastic bottle though. Over time I would fear the plastic breaking down enough to poison the plant. Perhaps a wine bottle instead...

  • Fernando Dreyfus

    How to make a Sub Irrigating Plant pot with a soda bottle.

  • Elizabeth Diesel

    How to make a 2-Liter SIP (Sub Irrigated Planter) - Green Roof Growers

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