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Plastic Bottle for Rehydrating Indoor Plants

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I am a working mom with school age children. So basically, I have no time to water my indoor plants! I have this solution, which in addition to keeping my plants hydrated is also a good way to recycle things!
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Total Time: 15 mins.

Supplies:

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Steps:

  1. Make a hole at the center of the cap of the plastic bottle, using your hammer and nail.
  2. Make words or a drawing on your masking tape for the design, and stick it to the plastic bottle.
  3. Cut a small size of two sided tape, for the ribbon to stick.
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  5. Put water in the plastic bottle and close. Then put in your plant. And now, your hydrating your plants!

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August 8, 20170 found this helpful

I freeze water bottles with water, and sometimes liquid fertilizer, then remove the caps, invert in a plant and as the ice melts the water trickles into my plants rather than running out the drain hole.

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