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Today I am going to teach you how to make a Self-Watering Water Bottle Planter. This contraption can be used to grow plants indoors or outdoors.
What you need:Water BottleTapeStraw(pre-cut)Knife
First, cut the bottle in half at a reasonable point so that the bottle and the straw will fit good enough.
Next, fold a paper towel a few times and then roll it tightly so that it will fit in the water bottles spout.
Then, stick the paper towel into the spout of the water bottle leaving it sticking out a good bit so it can collect water.
Last but not least, we put the straw between the water bottles top and bottom and steady it.
Finally, tape the water bottle and the straw together and that is the final product. In order to use this just use a funnel to get water into the bott...
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