I made this unique planter from an old Apple Macintosh and some wooden tennis rackets. First, I gutted the computer and took the innards for e-waste recycling. After drilling all the holes for the rackets, I used spray paint to give the computer two-tone green stripes. Then I re-attached the rackets, and added one racket at the bottom. This ties the legs together and adds stability. It can also be used as a little shelf. The ventilation holes in the computer provide natural drainage, and the plants grow where the computer’s screen used to be.
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