12 Foods That You Can Grow In Plastic Bottles

Many times, people do not have enough spaces in their apartments to have their own gardens, it is also the case that if they have balconies or terraces they do not have enough sunlight to grow their plants there. For this reason today we want to teach you how to grow in plastic bottles .

We will teach you how to create your own plastic bottle hanging garden.

How to grow in plastic bottles

We recommend you follow these steps and in this way you will learn how to grow your own food in plastic bottles .

 

Necessary material:

-Plastic bottles (pet)
-Nails to make holes
-Rope
-Marker, ruler and scissors
-Water resistant tape
-Lighter or matches (matches)

Process:

-Mark the areas to be cut from the bottle with a marker (a rectangle next to the bottle and small holes where the string will pass).

-Cut the bottle and make the holes with the nails.

-Cut the rope you are going to use in two long strips. Burn the edges and crush them.

-Now the rope goes through the holes in the bottle.

-Add a piece of tape to the bottom of the bottle.

-You have two knots; one on the bottom and one on the top.

-Think about what plant you would like to plant in your first bottle, so that you leave a sufficient height and place the other bottle higher or lower depending on the plant.

-Pass the rope to the second bottle.

-You can join vertically the bottles you want.

-Before adding one bottle on top of another, it is important that you make sure to grow the bottle below.

This way you can grow your own food in plastic bottles .

Plants that can be grown in plastic bottles

-Strawberries
-Green beans
-Lettuce
-Tomatoes
-Radishes
-Carrots
-Green peas
-Green vegetables
-Garlic
-Beet or beet
-Chard
-Chilies
-Chives

And you can add plants that are of short roots !!!

Some tips:

-The ropes that join one bottle with another will be useful for climbing plants.
-Water the plants with a sprayer and it is very important to always keep the soil moist.

You already know how to grow in plastic bottles, start yaaaa!

 

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