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Do you need a container to plant a cutting, or are you a mad scientist with an interest in botany? Whoever you are you will enjoy making these cute little test tube planters that stick onto any window. These cutting and small plant containers ensure lots of light for your plants and are easy to care for. Before long your windows will be covered with a steadily growing test tube garden!

Step 1: Materials

Before you begin, you need to collect a few materials. Find a test tube or small glass tube. It should be at least 2" long and about 1" wide. Also find a small amount of potting soil, a suction cup, a hot glue gun, a spoon(not shown), and a cutting. I used a cutting off of an aloe plant.

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