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Can I use these vases made from paper as containers for starting plants and can I bury this vase?

By Kathy June N.

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May 14, 20120 found this helpful

If the paper vase was made with tape or Elmer's glue, yes you can bury it. Easier paper pots can be made with a sheet of newsprint dampened and folded/crumpled around either a pot or jar or whatever shape you want it. Then fill it with potting soil and start your seeds or cuttings in it. This would definitely be plant-able at the end. You will need to put something under the paper "pot" to catch any drips, and be very careful not to over-water it!

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