If You Reuse It, They Will Grow: great idea- really green!

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If You Reuse It, They Will Grow

By lovemyhouse
December 30, 2014

Empty plastic food containers, such as those for instant coffee and grated cheese, can be useful around the garden or greenhouse.

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Ecscuba
Dec 30, 2014 9:40 AM CST
I've been using containers food comes in as small planters (just a single reuse). We cut some into two if they're large (leaving lid on to make a bottom) - and drill holes in the bottom.
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lovemyhouse
Dec 30, 2014 10:08 AM CST
Carol, good idea. Smiling Thumbs up I have done that with 2-liter soda bottles. Also, 1-liter sport drink bottles and those 1-pound plastic strawberry containers make good ones for seed starting (and the strawberry containers already have holes for drainage). Saves money, too. Big Grin
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