Outgrown or old jeans are usually passed on to other interested users if not end up as donation for victims of fire or typhoon. But for creative residents of Barangay Tidang in Kayapa, Nueva Vizcaya, they recycled old denim pants by turning them into pots for plants in a communal garden. The vegetable garden has a row of jeans filled with soil planted with short string beans. The jeans which were made upright by wooden frames also serve as fence of the garden.
Introduction: Plants in Pants
I was looking for some fun DIY flower ideas on Pinterest when I stumbled across what is, perhaps, the greatest do-it-yourself project of our time. Instead of planters , people are stuffing their pants with plants. I give you Plants in Pants.
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For our elective this quarter, we had to design and make something that would answer some problems we had. Our teacher gave us the problem on how to redesign a fourth floor ledge into a garden. However, the windows that would lead access to the ledge had rails. This made me think that I should design a garden instead on the rails of the windows. The pair of pants I got had a width of around cm, and the length I cut it off to was around cm. I basically used the height of regular pots as a guide. Cut off another part of cloth, which would serve as the parts where the pot will hang off from. Instead of cutting of cm long, cut two pieces of cloth that's around cm.
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