Plastic bottles garden

Brazilian design studio Rosenbaum and TV show Caldeirao do Huck help poor families to redecorate their homes and improve their surroundings, in the hope that they feel more comfortable and happier at home.

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Who is Neodim?

Co-founder of Recyclart. Working hard also to bring the spicy touch to Recyclart :)


  1. Tina Matu via Facebook - August 21, 2011

    mit Glasflasche würde mir das noch besser gefallen;)

  2. Ola Grabeus via Facebook - August 21, 2011

    must be a pain to water all of them…not practical.

  3. Teresa Baker via Facebook - August 21, 2011

    a great use of space.

  4. Karin Adolph via Facebook - August 21, 2011

    habe ich schon erwähnt das ich euere links liebe?!

  5. Upcycling via Facebook - August 22, 2011

    @Ola, it’s maybe not practical but a beautiful artistic idea that might encourage people to recycle

  6. garsy - August 24, 2011

    actually it wouldn’t be that hard to water. A quick spray with a water hose or a good sprinkling with a watering can. Definitely a nice way to grow a simple herb garden!

  7. Emma Rivera García via Facebook - August 27, 2011

    Que fácil puede ser poner belleza aun dentro de circunstancias dificiles.

  8. Anita Csorba via Facebook - August 27, 2011

    I would not be the one, who water them everyday…

  9. flinnie - August 28, 2011

    I like this…nice way to reuse the bottles !!

  10. Eco Garden Girls via Facebook - August 29, 2011

    that is awesome, we do almost the same only with containers made of styrofoam that can not be recycled.

  11. Ravenmaiden - October 20, 2011

    It’s an outside wall, rain would do the watering. And the bottles look like they’d provide a terrarium-like moisture

  12. Ravenmaiden - October 20, 2011

    as a P.S. this would be a good idea for an indoor herb garden in a kitchen with limited counter space!

  13. nuyin - November 14, 2011

    i also to use the plastic bottles.

  14. Craft and Fun - January 4, 2012

    I like this ! I also recycle pet bottle.

  15. Charly - February 23, 2012

    I would like to know that material used to hold the bottles and if there is any video or consultation rather than thank you very much for your attention

  16. Garyfalia - April 7, 2012

    Very nice idea! I’m thinking to use it at my school! Just a question… How about watering???

  17. Nancy Haggerty - July 23, 2012

    I think this is wonderful!! What a great idea. Its perfect for a spice garden or little flowers. I am going to give this a try next year. I plant flowers in old doll buggies and whatever I can find. Again – great invention!

  18. Paula - July 24, 2012

    Do you have step by step directions and what type of materials you used for your creation. I can see this as a great way to bring in nature into a classroom.

  19. plastic cookie jars - October 26, 2012

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    I had tо tell someοne!

  20. Suzette - August 18, 2013

    I love this idea! Can you share how you attached them to the wall? So very clever:-) would look great with trailing flowers too! Thank you

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