I saw how others were growing tomatoes upside-down in soda bottles. That gave me the idea of using soda bottles to grow other vegetables right-side-up that like to climb supports. Growing peas this way seemed like a good idea. The supporting lines for the bottles would support the growth of the peas. So start digging out those bottles from your recycling bin and lets get to work.
Step 1: Cut the 2 litre sized bottle
Rise out an empty 2 litre bottle, take off the label and cut the bottom off. Cut just beyond the mold line of the bottle. You can start the cut with a box cutter, then finish with scissors.