Who would have ever thought that gourds have other uses than just being a ‘plant’? Of course, we have heard about other fruits being used for something else – like the lemon peel used as air freshener but, gourds? Really? How?
My mother-in-law loves gardening and she introduced this project to me. At first, I was wary of the idea. I didn’t think it would work. But surprisingly, it did!
Well, we have to pay tribute to their hard skin. Because of it, gourds can be used as plant-box replacements. There’s no need to purchase plant boxes anymore; instead, you may plant your seeds inside the gourds. You may even decorate the outside, depending on your preference.
- Acrylic paint
- Clear Acrylic Sealer
- Butter knife
- Paint brushes
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Watch the video below to learn how to make a gourd planter…