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Today I 'll share with you a green instructable. Unusual Gardening Containers.
I love growing plants at my home, but in this instructable I use unusual containers to plant in them. I use every thing that can contain soil and plants.
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Step 1: Choose the Containers
You can find that I even used a coconut as a container. It looked so nice after it dried. I took a random beautiful shape.
Step 2: Seeds
You get the seeds. Again, this is not a hard thing to do. Life is full of things that we use and eat everyday that we can plant.
All these fruits and vegetables contain seeds that we throw and don't use at all. Now we can make use of them as we start to gather them in well ventilated place to make them dry.
Then we can use them at the right time.
Or if you want a special breed of fruits or vegetables you still can buy it or get it before you have the chance to get the whole fruit and eat.
For example, once I wanted to plant cashew apples but unfortunately the whole cashew apple is not available where I live. Only roasted cashew is available. So I had to buy the unroasted raw cashew seeds online.
Step 3: Soil
Step 4: Start Planting and Watch Them Growing
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