I'm a bit proud of this set-up I developed to upcycle plastic juice bottles (juice is one of the few beverages that are sold without a deposit around here). The upper containers are drip-watered from the bottles above, and have holes in the bottom so that the ones beneath them will catch the excess water. It worked very well last year, so I just built another one. It's a very space-effective and low-maintenance solution for plants that don't need a lot of soil to grow.
@souvlaki How do you ensure that the lower bottles are exactly under the hole of the upper?
@guido they're not always, the whole thing kind of dangles around a bit in the wind, but that's why I keep a flowerpot underneath. also, the holes for the cord are all on one side, so the're all tilted, which makes it easier to control the waterflow
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