Cheap Plant Propagators

Here in France we buy our croissants, pastries, etc. in lidded "cellophane" boxes. They come in all shapes and sizes, but all are deep and ideal as mini-propagators for seeds and/or cuttings.

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April 14, 20140 found this helpful

Here in France we buy our croissant from the local bakery, carry it home in an old pillow case. Nobody would eat what comes in those plastic containers. What pollution they create in landfills, always full of plastic.

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