Mom thought her neighbor was crazy for doing this, realizes it’s a genius gardening technique



Maintaining your garden can be a real challenge, but these amazing DIY tips will help you turn old kitchen items into the garden of your dreams!

12. Push a muffin tin into soil for well-spaced seeds and plants. You can start your digging once you turn it into a proper grid!

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11. Use wine bottles to prevent kids from trampling your seedlings. They’re both attractive and functional if you stick them in the dirt neck first.

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10. Your old silverware could find new life in your garden. First, use a hammer to flatten a spoon.

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Now just add a little paint and you’ve got some amazingly cute and quirky garden signs!

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9. Grab an empty can of soda and use a can opener to cut out the top like this…

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Use any color you like to spray paint the can. Just make sure that you completely cover any text or logos.

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Add soil, seeds, and watch them sprout! These work just as well on a windowsill as they do in a garden.

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8. Fill an empty wine bottle with water, then quickly turn it over and put it in the soil. This is a great trick for when you’re going on vacation and want to make sure your plants get water.

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7. An old sink could make a great rustic planter.

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