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Recycled Diy Planters

By: Sahana Ajeethan from
Recycled Diy Planters
Recycled Diy Planters

"Weather is finally warming up and it is time to sow some seeds and enjoy the spring. I don't have a green thumb but I try hard to maintain my plants and I'm positive one day I will grow plants that produce veggies/fruits/ flowers. I got a couple of growing kits from Five below to start with. When my mother-in-law visited us she collected a lot of yogurt container saying she will come up with a use for it. I said her I will keep it as long as she is here and then I will recycle it. In the end, I came with this idea of using it as planters for my plants.Let's see how."

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I never thought about cutting the tops off of yogurt containers to use like that, but that's a great idea. I have used just the lids but if you overwater, they don't hold much. It looks as if she is using the larger yogurt containers and not the small cups, because most of those don't come with lids.

I save alot of cans and plastic bottles and cups but I throw away yoghurt cups. This is the best way to get me to save some and start a fresh herb garden. I love fresh basil and mint for my spaghetti sauce and my mint lemonade which I'll be making quite slot of his summer so I'll need to grow a fresh batch.

I love recycling things and I have a ton of yogurt cups. I have used them for a lot of things but this idea is great. I want to get some seeds and start a few plants and then give them to my grand daughter to raise. She can learn a lot that way.


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