13 Plastic Bottle Vertical Garden Ideas | Soda Bottle Garden

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Follow these 13 plastic bottle vertical garden ideas to make something amazing out of them. Repurpose those old bottles, which you usually throw away to grow your favorite plants either indoor or outdoor and help to save our environment. Here are 13 inspiring plastic bottle vertical garden ideas to make a vertical soda bottle garden and these ideas will definitely interest you if you are a creative person, DIY lover and love to recycle.
1. Half Plastic Bottle Vertical Garden on Wooden Frame
Use two-liter soda bottles, cut them in half and use the neck side. Turn them upside down. Adhere the bottles to a wooden frame and arrange them in such a way so that the open neck of the bottle will drain out the water into the bottle below it.
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2. Plastic Bottle Tower Garden
A remarkable kitchen garden with plastic bottles with minimal means and efforts. It can be set up easily and does not require regular watering.
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3. Window Farm
If you love DIY ideas and you have a green thumb then starting a windowfarm is a smart idea. A windowfarm will let you do a lot with the little amount of space you have.
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4. Pyramid Plastic Bottle Garden
A vertical pyramid garden made of plastic bottles.
5. Plastic Bottles on Walls
Follow this amazing idea for growing small leafy vegetables, such as lettuce, fenugreek and spinach, herbs and medicinal plants. This plastic bottle vertical garden is made of by stringing the bottles horizontally in a grid along an interior wall, which then filled up by substrate and herbs.
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  • Cheryl Cheryl on Jan 27, 2019

    How do you attach them to the wood pyramid? With what?

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  • Shubhadarshini Singh Shubhadarshini Singh on May 22, 2017
    Irrestible ! But I am just afraid that the plastic bottles will not stand the weather for long and that will lead to a mess! Cant we do this with real glass ones?

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    • Gail Gail on Oct 06, 2021

      Plastic bottles take hundreds of years to decompose.

  • Miss Daisy Miss Daisy on Feb 27, 2019

    LOVE the plastic bottles on the walls - great way to recycle as you know.

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