Full choice of containers for plant growth (Planetfuture / Willem Van Cotthem)

Martine DAUBREMé (Plantfuture) has sent a series of photos, showing the multitude of possibilities to grow plants in plastic containers, e.g. bottles.

Here are some of her photos :

2011-05-26 - Chlorophytum young plant in ajuice bottle (Photo Martine Daubremé)
2011-05-26 - Pumpkin seedling in a plastic tray (Photo Martine Daubremé)
2011-05-26 - Pumpkin seedling in a plastic tray (Photo Martine Daubremé)
2011-05-26 - Pumpkin seedling in a plastic water can (Photo Martine Daubremé)
2011-05-26 - Pumpkin seedling in a watering can (Photo Martine Daubremé)
2011-05-26 - Pumpkin seedling in a plastic bottle (Photo Martine Daubremé)
2011-05-26 - Pumpkin seedlings in plastic juice bottles (Photo Martine Daubremé)
2011-05-26 - Pumpkin seedling in plastic juice bottles (Photo Martine Daubremé)
2011-05-26 - Avocado seedling in a Sprite bottle (Photo Martine Daubremé)
2011-05-26 - Avocado seedling in a Sprite bottle (Photo Martine Daubremé)
2011-05-26 - Box full of potential containers for plant growth (Photo Martine Daubremé)
2011-05-26 - Cheap materials to set up vegetable growth (Photo Martine Daubremé)
2011-05-26 - Growing spekboom cuttings in juice bottles (Photo Martine Daubremé)
2011-05-26 - Thousands of plastic bottles with different brand names can be used to grow saplings of trees and seedlings of vegetables (Photo Martine Daubremé)

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Willem Van Cotthem

Honorary Professor of Botany, University of Ghent (Belgium). Scientific Consultant for Desertification and Sustainable Development.