DIY Plastic Bottle Greenhouse

Since I started my gardening journey, instead of throwing out old bottles and cans I’ve been saving them I finding different uses for them in my gardening. So today was the day I decided to do something.

I took 3 bottles I had laying around to use to make plastic bottle greenhouses. 

Why make plastic greenhouse bottles? Well, because of the greenhouse effect of course. The bottle traps the energy from the sun and raises the temperature in the bottle. Some plants grow well in warm temperatures and some seeds require warm temperatures to germinate. 

There are many different uses for plastic greenhouse bottles. So go grab some bottles and have fun trying different techniques based on the materials you have laying around already.

Here are some pictures of what I came up with:

If you need some inspiration,  here are some via Pinterest

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Next up are these plastic nursery pots. I use them in combination with the trays at the bottom of this post. 

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