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Everyone knows the use of plants and trees. And we know the greatness of recycling things, and minimizing space too. So I thought of mixing all these. Thanks to the power of DIY, we can bring whatever we imagine to reality, And this is the story of the hangarden. You can customize it for endless possibilities, like painting on the bottles, etc. It all depends up to your imagination. You can also keep it indoors or outdoors. I've also gave the steps to add extras like built in germinator. It is also a very great and lesser cost gifting idea.

Step 1: Materials Required

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Now it's time for me to look up at the garage. and I found these:
1) Three or four bottles. plastic one and larger one is recommended.
2) A rope to tie all the bottles. 3) A tool for cutting things.
4) And of course plant(s). (and this is not from garage.)

Optionally, you'll need a stapler or duct tape,a bubble bag for germinator and a small box, like shoebox.
and we're ready to go!
 
artworker2 years ago
cool! nice pics! good ible!
tech ace (author)  artworker2 years ago
thank you very much. any tips and comments would be greatly appreciated.
ShebaZa1 year ago

I love this :) Simple, efficient, and could be used for all sorts of things. Great idea!!!

I love this, and I am going to be building one this afternoon, only with 5L water bottles and a bit stronger rope to plant a few deeper rooting herbs. Thanks for the instructable, it is a great idea!
artworker2 years ago
Just that, paint the bottles! The root tips when they hit the wall will die/dry out. Roots don't like sunlight. This will also prevent algae growth.