… for dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.

Why buy seed starter pots when there is plenty one can use for free? They have served their original purpose and will often be discarded or thrown into a recycle bin. Well, I guess I’m a nano-recycle center of sort. Egg trays, fruit protectors, toilet roll cores … those made from papier-mâché, I will readily, gratefully welcome with open arms.

My corn seedlings, in their seeding tray, ready to go into the soil in a couple of days. The toilet roll core with gourd seeds need more days for germination but …

My papier-mâché seeding tray with corn seedlings.

My papier-mâché seeding tray with corn seedlings.

some pumpkin seedlings have already rooted in soil – their paper “holders” beneath soil level have now disintegrated and are part of the soil blend.

Pumpkin seedling taken root in soil

Pumpkin seedling taken root in soil

This is my small contribution to Recycling.

 

 

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