How My Silk Soymilk Garden Grows

Start saving those Silk Soymilk containers for your very own Silk Soymilk garden fortress. For years we’ve used our Silk cartons (and others we’ve had on hand) as protectors for our herb seedlings that we plant near the house. Our very large and hungry resident bunnies love these sweet little plants and will devour them in no time.

The Silk cartons work great because we can cut off the top (with the pour spout), cut the bottom down the middle, spread out the two resulting flaps and use them to anchor the carton in the dirt surrounding the seedling. Additionally, if you want to start compiling the cartons now, once you perform the above surgery you can fold them flat and store them out of the way until you need them.

The cartons last a long time. We’ve been known to keep them around some plants, like chives, all season long. Our bunnies are very into chives. The cartons never turn into mush, withstand direct watering, rains, sun, high winds, and even a few clumsy foot falls. When we’re done with them we just pack them up for recycling.

Yep, our little soy garden has intrigued many a person over the years and is always a conversation starter. The conversation quickly turns from plants to soy products to veganism. Of course we’re then asked how we use herb x in a vegan meal, and we’re off spreading the vegan recipe love to another willing adventurer.

Silk Soymilk containers used to protect plants.

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