Make a Root Waterer Using Recycled Plastic Bottles: Photo of the root beer bottle I like best

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Make a Root Waterer Using Recycled Plastic Bottles

By foraygardengirl
November 6, 2014

If you have a specific plant in your garden that requires consistent moisture, you can make a plastic beverage bottle function like a watering globe, only better.

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Nov 10, 2014 12:56 PM CST
Here is a photo of the type of bottle I like to use the most; sorry I didn't have one earlier - mine were all in use and were then discarded at the end of the season (after having used them for a number of years). And yes, it is plastic. It is actually fairly heavy plastic, which is sometimes a bad thing, but for this use it's a positive since each bottle will last several years.
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