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  • Carol johns

    Cut a plastic bottle in half and use the top to create a miniature green house for baby plants. =} | FollowPics

  • Peggy Martin

    25 Things To Do With Empty Plastic Bottles {Water & Soda Bottle Crafts} Saturday Inspiration & Ideas - bystephanielynn... Plastic Bottle Terrariums via Blomsterverkstad

  • Christina Voilà

    Wonderful Garden Idea, Use Soda Bottle Tops As Mini Greenhouses. You can remove the lid for temperature control.

  • Fernanda De Alcantara DIaz

    Recycled bottles for terrarium top mini greenhouse

  • Jan Shrode

    Save Your Plants With Soda Pop Bottles. By simply removing the top of a plastic bottle and placing it over the soil you're helping your small tender plants to retain precious humidity and warmth.

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