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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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MaryMills1
Jan 4, 2015 12:53 PM CST
I use the plastic water and milk containers for slow watering of shrubs and roses. This helps you mix manure tea and measure how many gallons they get from you. I poke small holes in them.
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lovemyhouse
Jan 4, 2015 3:23 PM CST
Good idea. Bet it could work for when you go away to make sure things don't crisp up too badly in Summer.
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