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Seed Starter Pots That are Self Watering

Seed Starter Pots That are Self Watering

Seed Starter Pots That are Self Watering

One thing you’ll love about this DIY garden project is that you no longer have to do the guesswork of when and how much to water your container garden.

To make these wonderful self-watering seed starter planters, collect the following items: two litre plastic bottles, seeds, potting soil, string or yard, Phillips screwdriver, sharp blade, and hammer.

The first step is to cut the bottle in half. Then use the hammer and Phillips screwdriver to make a hole in the bottle cap. Cut a one-inch long yarn or string. Double it over and tie a knot on one end. Push the yarn or string through the bottle cap hole, making sure that knot is inside the cap. Return the cap on the bottle. Nest the bottle top on the base. Add some potting soil. And then plant the seeds. That’s it!

Seed Starter Pots That are Self Watering

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