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    Use Sponges to Keep Water-Loving Plants Moist Place a sponge in the bottom of a planter before adding soil, to keep water in reserve. (from this old house)

  • Sharon Manly

    Another pinner says: Place a sponge in the bottom of a planter before adding soil, to keep water in reserve. Really makes a difference in window boxes! - GREAT IDEA

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