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  • Joanne Tong

    Green Roof Growers: Let’s Make 2-Liter SIPs! Urban gardening idea from http://greenroofgrowers.blogspot.com

  • Carol Hardy

    Preparing for Hard Times: Plastic Soda Bottles Self watering plant pot

  • Brianna Slater

    Self watering container out of pop bottle... do with wine bottles?

  • KathyAndHorizon Winfield-Sheely

    2 liter bottles into sub irrigation planters! Collection of cool and unique DIY projects from all over the web

  • Ola Cronk

    containers for plants | Here's how to set up your Self Watering plastic bottles! Your kids can ...

  • Kerrie Lovejoy

    2 liter sub irrigated planter... Maybe this will help me keep plants alive.

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Grow carrots in a 2 liter soda bottle.

  • Interim Upstate

    Its National Nutrition Month. Now everyone can do this and eat healthy from home!

  • Stacey Cooper

    But wouldn't the toxins in the plastic transfer to the carrots?

  • Tara Dzirbowicz

    Stacey, I was going to post the same thing. As plastic starts to break down the toxins are released (especially when exposed to the heat) and WILL go into the food you are growing.

  • Maria Rodriguez

    Wow... get out of town. Who new. :O)

  • Teresa Myers

    Vegetables are grown in plastic pots all the time.

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A fantastic way to use an old tub.

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Tomato plants like deep watering. Why waste water when you can make a simple reservoir delivery system. Neat idea. The photo says it all.

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

tomato plant irrigation/ this idea might work better than cutting bottom off for watering thru top.

Hubby wants to try upside down gardening, but I haven't been a fan of the outcome, however, this one, I think just might work!

Soda bottle green house - I've been looking for a way to do this. I have trouble with plants and I'm trying to grow my own spaghetti squash. It is just so expensive in the stores. It's squash, for goodness sakes!

lamp from soda bottles. Clever. I love that 'chunky' glass look.

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