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Instead of putting rocks in the bottom of big porch planters, she fills the bottom with sealed empty plastic 20 ounce bottles! They give the pot the drainage it needs, without adding all that extra weight! So smart!!

Instead of putting rocks in the bottom of big porch planters, she fill the bottom with sealed empty plastic 20 ounce bottles! They give the pot the drainage it needs, without adding all that extra weight!

Instead of putting rocks in the bottom of big porch planters, she fills the bottom with sealed empty plastic 20 ounce bottles! They give the pot the drainage it needs, without adding all that extra weight! So smart!!

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i have an old set of sewing machine legs...would look great like this!

Tip: Re-use the 4" pots that come with your plants on the bottom of a large planter to add drainage (if there are no holes) and save on soil.

herbs as potted plants....and a great way to control wandering herbs like mint!

Stop Invasive Plants From Taking Over Your Garden!! Simply cut the bottom off of a plastic pot and bury it in the ground! Use it for invasive plants that tend to grow too large and take over your garden. This simple step limits the growth of the root system, giving you better control over the size of the plant once it reaches maturity, and also protects the plants around it !

Are your yard planters too heavy to move? Use packing peanuts to cut the weight in half and improve drainage.

Cut the bottom off a plastic pot to contain invasive plants & bury in the ground. I have been doing this for a few years & works great for containing plants that tend to spread, but that I still want to plant in the garden. This trick won't work with plants such as strawberries or mint that spread above ground.

Pot Planter...stacking pot- rebar thru bottom hole in pot.