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http://moonlake.hubpages.com/hub/Bottle-Tree-For-My-Garden-Reuse-of-Junk Bottle trees are a long-standing Southern thing, embedded in the life tapestries of African Americans, especially in the Mississippi Delta. Traditionally, live or dead crape myrtle and cedar trees were decorated with bottles – often blue Milk of Magnesia ones – intended to trap evil spirits and prevent them from entering the house. Crafts Ideas, Gardens Decor, Bottle Trees, Home Decor, Wine Bottle, Gardens Art, Glasses Bottle, Christmas Trees, Yards
Wine Bottle Recycling
bottle tree - For thousands of years, superstition has held that bottles can trap bad spirits at night, which are then destroyed in the next day's sunlight - legends of "bottle "imps" and genies in lamps originated in Arabia over three thousand years ago, and have been handed down through sub-Saharan Africa, up to Europe, and finally to North America.