A Great use for the clear plastic containers that berries come in: start seeds in them! Before they start to come up, you can keep the lid on, to hold in the moisture. Then after the plants start poking their little heads out, cut the top of & use it put in underneith to help catch the water!
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I have a huge crop of raspberries (black & red) which I grow purposely to share. About this time of year I start saving the plastic containers from store-bought strawberries, blue berries, tomatoes. When I want to bring someone some berries, these recycled containers make it super easy to transport.
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