With this Pear in a Bottle on you're shelf/desk/window/table you will get asked questions all the time about how it got in there.
It's up to you to come up with a story about how you put it in there, but here I will show you how to grow one inside a bottle for your very own.

Step 1: Gather Your Parts

for this project, you will need:

an empty bottle (clear glass is best)
string, twine, rope of some sorts
a pear tree
alcohol of choice (no wine or beer, and mostly clear types work best)
Awesome idea! I could see this being done with a fruit with a stronger flavor like a lemon, or any fruit. I could also see some being grown in a big glass jug like a watermelon or pumpkin! Very cool instructable.<br />
thanks<br /> <br /> you can indeed use any type of fruit, or veggie you want.&nbsp; Some work better then others.&nbsp; <br /> Peaches for instance bruise too easily, and will muck up the liquid.<br /> Lemon, or orange would be nice, but the hard skin would be alittle hard for the flavor to seep through.&nbsp; But you could fix that with a few small holes poked with a knife, or fork or something.<br /> <br /> I&nbsp;also forgot to say you can use olive oil instead of alcohol.&nbsp; We have a few bottles of olive oil with peppers in them.&nbsp; The peppers really seep out their flavor into the oil well.<br />
so how will you remove the lemon or pear grown in the bottle,plz help me with the answer <br>
Very cool. I wish I had A pear tree would love to try this with good brandy.<br>I did A similar one with an Apple tree Check out my instructables.

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