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  • joanna ornelas

    Diy! Bottle gardens: how to. A no-fuss recycled windowsill herb garden. Self-watering planters like these aren’t a new idea. This version looks nice & works great for small herbs and plants. Empty beer bottles or make a larger garden with wine bottles. More Container Gardening

  • Martha Reuter

    self watering herb garden using glass bottles instead of plastic. DESIGNSPONGE.COM found on the board "ARISTOTLE" DIY

  • Liz LaGarde, Benchmark Paperie LLC

    self watering beer bottle garden - DIY

  • Katja Suhrada

    DIY Self Watering, Window Herb Garden. [With plastic bottles, and coffee filters.]

  • enhance dreams

    DIY Herb Garden Project Using Bottles garden gardening garden ideas garden crafts herb garden garden diy crafts garden diy ideas

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