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He Makes A Bottle Tower Garden That Could Let Park Modelers Grow Plants In Tight Spaces [VIDEO]

If you live in a park model home and still want to do a little gardening, it’s understandable to think your options may be limited.

One green thumb, Willem Van Cotthem, of Ghent University in Belgium makes bottle tower gardens from plastic containers.

They can be installed against the wall of a house or along a hedge or a fence.

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Since you don’t technically need to plant on terra firma proper, this technique would work well for park modelers or those on the go!

If you’re wondering if you can safely eat the food grown in plastic containers, here’s your answer.

SEE ALSO: DIY Shoe Organizer Garden Perfect For Growing Vegetables And Fruits In Your RV

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