Skinny Recycled Bottles for Rooting Plants

6:00:00 AM

I found the coolest set of tall, skinny bottles at the thrift store

Skinny Recycled Bottles for Rooting Plants. Homeroad.net


 I knew they would be just perfect for rooting plants!

DIY Skinny Recycled Bottles for Rooting Plants. Homeroad.net




They could hold plant cuttings on the narrow window ledge in my kitchen.

DIY Skinny Bottles for Rooting Plants. Homeroad.net

One of the bottles even had wire wrapped around it for hanging.


Hanging recycled thrift store bottles. Homeroad.net

Which gave me another idea...


I wrapped thicker wire around the bottle necks.

DIY Hanging recycled thrift store bottles. Homeroad.net

then hung them in a window...

DIY Hanging repurposed and recycled thrift store bottles. Homeroad.net


This was the perfect use for these skinny 
little recycled bottles! 


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3 comments

  1. Wow Susan, that looks so good all wire wrapped up like that - really!!! Doncha just love a great find like that?

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  2. I didn't know that rosemary could be rooted... Neat project.

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  3. Great bottles! I love the hanging cascade.

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