January 21, 2020

Recycled glass Bottle Plant Holders – Part III

This is the third article in our Bottle Plant Holders series.
It is the middle of June and all the plants are still alive :) You might think that’s funny, but neither Nick nor I have an especially green thumb.

We added an Ivy Fern in another Black Velvet bottle to our collection this past week. Thank you to our friend Sandy for making the suggestion. The cherry tomato plant in the Champagne bottle is really taking off nicely, I actually saw several little green baby tomatoes yesterday.

Ivy Fern in a Black Velvet Bottle Planter

Vica Vine in a recycled Wine Bottle

Vica Vine in a Wine Bottle

Tomato plant in a recycled Champagne bottle

Tomato plant in a painted Champagne bottle

I will try to remember to take a few photos of the strawberry plants in the next few days. They are growing a lot slower than the rest of the plants.

A friend of mine told me that strawberries take a lot of time developing roots so they might not be a good choice for our bottle holders.

Recycled Glass Bottle Plant Holders make unique gifts.
Simply pick the persons favorite wine, liquor or any nondescript glass bottle, drill a hole in the bottom, add dirt and a plant and attach a wire or hemp rope to the bottle neck.

We are thinking of adding a few Bottle Plant Holders to our Etsy shop. Click here to visit our Glass Bottle Crafts shop.

Would you buy a pre-drilled wine or liquor bottle and how much would you be willing to pay? Please leave us a comment below.

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