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If you have empty coconut shells left over than hanging your plants in them is a nice way to make use of them and it looks wonderfull too! I used the sides that have a hole in the bottom so the water comes out on the bottom and waters the plant hanging under it. The only thing you have to do is make two holes in teh sides of the shells with a drill and connect them with some rope.

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Comment by Jennifer on May 9, 2013 at 2:55pm

What a great way to reuse a natural container—and a natural drainage system—and so pretty, too! Thanks for sharing, Laura! (For more things to recycle as planters, check out the Container Gardening 101.)

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