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Chopsticks as Plant Anchors

I use pretty plastic chopsticks from the nearby Asian market as stakes for my houseplants. They don't warp or rot, and the chopsticks come in all sorts of pretty colors and designs for around $2.

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By CEBush from Phoenix, AZ

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