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4in Plastic Seed Pot Ideas?

Posted by juliemaye 8b (My Page) on
Fri, Jan 31, 14 at 15:04

Hi there!

Earlier today I went and picked up 4(!!!) wooden containers FULL of 4 inch plastic seed pots. There are 485 of them in total (OMG!)

I definitely plan on using a good amount of them to start my seeds in, and then of course I want to save some for future years....but I am wondering if anyone has any craft ideas for the remaining? I mean, the seed ones will last for a long time granted I take care of them and clean them out at the end of the season, but I would love to make use of all of them!

Any suggestions?!

Thanks in advance!
Julie


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RE: 4in Plastic Seed Pot Ideas?

Nice craft idea for gardening! You can use plastic bottle or cup in order to take care of the seeds. When your plant grows up you can use several tomato Stakes or tomato cages for more support.


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RE: 4in Plastic Seed Pot Ideas?

Nice craft idea for gardening! You can use plastic bottle or cup in order to take care of the seeds. When your plant grows up you can use several tomato Stakes or tomato cages for more support.


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RE: 4in Plastic Seed Pot Ideas?

I've got tons of the lightweight square 4" pots, hope somebody has ideas...
Be sure to save at least a couple hundred for seeds; I use 100 at a time, easy, and they do break down over time or with rough handling (like when the weedeater goes berserk)


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