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  • Shelly Masat

    A Master Gardener program used the water crystals in planters...the same thing in diapers! Put a diaper in the bottom of your flower pot. Someone else said, "The trick to amazing potted plants - diapers. I did this in my hanging baskets last year and they rocked all season."

  • Joyce Cassell

    The trick to amazing potted plants - put a diaper in the bottom to retain moisture. Great for hanging baskets.

  • Vandee DeCora

    I so need to try this. I have used water crystals in planters, but who knew it was the same thing in diapers. Put one or two in the bottom of hanging baskets to help retain mosture. Someone else said, "The trick to amazing potted plants - diapers. I did this in my hanging baskets last year and they rocked all season."

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