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  • Gina LeFever

    self watering seed starter pots from soda bottles

  • Jackie Rybeck

    Self watering seed starter pots- made out of recycled 2 liter pop bottles and a string...awesome idea!!

  • Dianne Edwards

    RECYCLED soda bottles make FABULOUS self-watering SEED starter POTS! :) Could use water bottles too.

  • Tabitha Runyan

    Soda bottles make great seed starting self watering containers

  • Rita Cathey

    Self-Watering Seed Starter Pots made from plastic bottles

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