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#1
Hey i want to let you know it is actually easier to plant your plants in a plastic water bottle. But that is only as a starter area unless you have a really small plant.:)
 
#3
I don't think so that its easy way to grow plants in a plastic bottle.Because there is no way for fresh air for plants in a plastic bottle. I think that growing plants in the wider area its better than bottle.
 
#4
Hi
Yeah i agree with you in bottle there is always some problem sometime sunlight and sometime air . And moreover its also need to change water .
 
#5
I tried recycling water from the wash. You can only recycle the final rinse. The soap will build up on the soil and eventually form a waterproof scum coating that the plants cannot really live in. It is best to recyle water from your lavatory to flush your toilet and catch the water from the shower in buckets that while you wait for that to come up to temperature. That can be used on the landscape.
Artificial Grass Warwick
People here for years would through the rice washing water on their orchids, and they loved it. You can build an outdoor sink for rinsing only no soap or you would need to put a diverter on it to divert that water to the sewer.
 
#6
For many who are challenged with space and lifestyle,container gardening for flowers, shrubs, vegetables and herbs provides the perfect platform to get the creative juices flowing. Apart from having a unique look, using recycled items will create a focus in your garden or living space thatoozes originality,making the usual containers seem boring!
 


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