Introduction: ORGANIC PLANTERS
In a world full of plastic, it is a pleasure to find in nature ways of gardening with organic pieces. I hope you can also change that plastic planter for a more natural.
its so easy and almost for free. we have to avoid the use of plastic in all over the world. I hope youlike it ,rated and vote.
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Step 1: Gather Materials
soft wood log
Step 2: Shrink Planter.
I cutted a piece of log of 15 cms, drilled some holes and remove the interior with carving tools, then I soften the interior of the log with some rough sand paper. Finnally I draw the bottom of the shrink planter and soften the bottom of the pot.
Step 3: Coconut and Totumo Planter
This is so funny, for accident I just left the coconut in the fridge for two nights and it just broked in half. I just had to remove the pulp of the coconut with a spoon. For the totumo planter I just drilled in the bottom of the toumo in order to let the water flows out I hope you like it rated and vote
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