Border Edging For The Wine Enthusiast

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yourownvictorygarden Greg Holdsworth, contributor
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Merlot? Cabernet Sauvignon? Shiraz? Edging material? Some creative folks at the local community garden I volunteer for think so. The process is fairly simple. Fill empty wine bottles with common sand. Dig the trench or edging hole deep enough to accommodate the height you wish your decorative border to be. Finally, drop in the bottles and push firmly in place. You may wish to use a stick, string or garden hose as a guide for the bottles. I personally would be worried about the bottles breaking, but they definitely get an "A" for originality.

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