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recycled upside down planters well it’s the middle of april, and i must have springtime on the brain, because all i want to do is look at plants all day. i have had my eye on the sky planters by boskke since christmas time; something about upside down plants really strikes me as beautiful and intriguing. but i am low on funds, so i decided to try making my own with leftover containers from the various food items that make their way through my kitchen. surprisingly, there are a lot of container options for these nifty planters! the best are tins cans with plastic lids (items that usually come in these include coffee, instant cocoa mix, fiber drink mix, basically anything powdered or loose…yum!)
Apache plume is an extremely drought tolerant shrub belonging to the rose family. It is hardy in zones five through ten. Apache plume is native to the Southwest. It grows throughout all four southwestern deserts — Mojave, Chihuahuan, Great Basin, and Sonoran with a range from southeastern California and southern Nevada, to southern Colorado, west Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, to northern Mexico. Gardening Tips & Ideas
How to construct a Greenhouse using Plastic Water bottles !! Well I think from the picture you have already seen, I reckon you will have a good idea as how to make your greenhouse, however take a look here à(http://www.reapscotland.org.uk/reports/greenhouse%20v1.pdf ) there were certain points on the site that I didn’t like, so I adapted my construction a little different to theirs, since my 1st green house I have adapted even more. also I used only 1.5 litre water bottles that friends on the island collect for me, in 3 months I had collected over 7000 bottles, fortunately most had easy peeling labels, the rest are awful to peel, but hey! It’s all for a great cause. Did you know, it takes over 100 years for a single plastic bottle to completely decay?