Stop tossing out those plastic utensils. Here's 6 reasons why you should plant them instead

Humans are constantly on the go and use a lot of plastic utensils. When most people finish using a plastic fork, they toss it in the trash without a second thought. After all, what could you possibly do with it?
It turns out there are actually quite a few things you can do with used plastic utensils, especially in the garden. Keep reading to learn why you might want to plant those utensils instead of trashing them.
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1. Keep the pests at bay: Curious how this works? Watch the clip below:
2. Label your plants: 24 Carrot Rabbitry puts it best: "At the nursery, they had some garden labels you could buy for about $4.50 a pack, with what looked like about 20 in a pack. I have 100 squares in my garden … am I going to spend $25 just so I can label them all?!? Uh … no." See how easy it is to put together in the video below:
3. Use as decorative labels (h/t Crafts by Amanda): Turn ugly plastic utensils into pretty labels, as shown in the video below:
4. Use as a decorative and functional fence: According to PJStar.com, this fence will help keep the squirrels out! Watch how easily you can put this together in the video below:
5. Make it into garden decor: Turn boring plastic into chic garden art. Watch the video below to see how this works:
Yes, this includes pretty flowers from plastic spoons:
How about a plastic spoon sunflower? ​
6. Turn it into garden arts and crafts for the kids: Check out these insane plastic spoon dragonflies.
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