Recycle plastic soda bottles by turning them into a great fresh herb + veggie garden. Perfect for small yards, balconies, or even indoors (kitchen window garden?) On the bottle cap you poke a hole + you just have to water from the top.
A Windowfarm is a vertical, hydroponic growing system which uses recyclable materials that allows for year-round growing in almost any window. It lets plants use natural window light, the climate control of your living space, and organic "liquid soil.
Drip irrigation- I do this every year and it works great! Especially during a long Texas drought- less water waste. The only thing that kept my plants going, and once the plants get growing they hide the bottle.
Another Pinner Wrote: Egg Carton Greenhouses.this is a great way to start seeds in your house. The dirt stays moist and the cartons fit perfectly in windowsills. It's also a fun project to do with the kids!
Great way to start seedlings.Self-watering planter WANT TO DO THIS WITH WINE BOTTLES! made from recycled materials - 2 liter soda bottle cut in half, newspaper to line the planter and cotton twine for a wick.
Newspaper Tubes, pack them gently with potting soil and add one seed (soaked overnight in water) per tube. seedling will develop deeper root system than those in shallow nursery pots, and the entire tube can later be planted in the garden.
In addition to recycling plastic bottles and jugs for watering slowly, try to recycle your waste water for the garden. Water collected in rain barrels, or water from the bath or laundry can be used in the garden. I'd probably use glass bottles.