Great Idea: Stick a plastic sunflower on top of a single-branch wine bottle tree frame for a unique "sunflower" look. Of course, use green bottles for "leaves". | 7 Ways To Use Wine Bottles In Your Garden & Landscape.

7 Ways To Use Old Wine Bottles In Your Landscape

. To this day the bottle tree has hung on as a symbol of the rural South, and they’re often simply constructed on dead trees by sliding bottles of any color over the bare branches. Nowadays it seems every garden or nursery or blog I visit has a bottle tree. (If you have one, why not leave a link to a photo in the comments? Let’s show them off!) It’s a fun, colorful, and economical piece of yard art.

To this day the bottle tree has hung on as a symbol of the rural South. So I must have one at my new NORTHERN house!

Basic tree shown no bottles  Wine Bottle or Beer Bottle Trees have the look by theperidotwindow

Basic tree shown no bottles Wine Bottle or Beer Bottle Trees have the look by theperidotwindow

wine bottles were threaded onto pieces of rebar, making a unique and whimsical privacy screen.

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For this creative take on a bottle tree, wine bottles were threaded onto pieces of rebar, making a unique and whimsical privacy screen.

Hanging Plant Bottle Tree  Holds 12 Bottles and has a ring at the top and  bottom for hanging those plants that look  better from above!  Is about 2 ft. high.

Hanging Plant Bottle Tree Holds 12 Bottles and has a ring at the top and bottom for hanging those plants that look better from above! Is about 2 ft.

http://moonlake.hubpages.com/hub/Bottle-Tree-For-My-Garden-Reuse-of-Junk  Bottle trees are a long-standing Southern thing, embedded in the life tapestries of African Americans, especially in the Mississippi Delta. Traditionally, live or dead crape myrtle and cedar trees were decorated with bottles – often blue Milk of Magnesia ones – intended to trap evil spirits and prevent them from entering the house.

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According to legend, evil spirits cannot resist crawling into the colored glass of the Bottle Tree. Once inside the bottles, they become trapped and are destroyed by the morning sun. The Bottle Tree is one of the oldest traditions in the South.

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Wine bottle peacock for the garden. Given the amount of wine I drink. Thats alot of peacocks.

Make a cheerful, festive garden feature with your own choice of different colored wine bottles. Our special design is made from sturdy steel, but it curves and branches like a tree and the surface is

Bottle Tree

The Southern tradition of Bottle Trees dates back to Africa, where it was thought blue bottles especially would capture evil spirits. Empty bottles mount onto steel "twigs" with safely looped ends.

Typically a metal frame or pieces of rebar are placed in the ground and topped with inverted wine bottles. ** You can find out more details at the link of the image. #OrganicGarden

Mini bottles** Garden Art Decoration Bottle Tree Using Recycled Glass Bottles

{Mom's Garden} Blue Bottle Tree - Southern State of Mind

{Mom's Garden} Blue Bottle Tree

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