Reusing old containers around the house
Use an old coffee/cookie container to store plastic bags. This will keep your bags much neater and more compact for when you store them.
Glass jars from cosmetics or condiments can be used to grow cuttings from different plants. Instead of purchasing a vase or using a drinking glass, use something that might be thrown away instead. Once the cutting has grown roots, you could transfer it to a strawberry container planter, or a pot of your choice.
Use old strawberry container as a planter. These containers have a decent depth for planting seeds, and they come with drainage holes in the bottom. I used the lid from a sushi container as a tray for any water that drains out. Grow your own cilantro, basil, etc. to prevent a purchase at the store that might be wrapped in plastic.
Old plastic bottles can be used as drip irrigation systems. All you need to do for this is poke holes in the lid using a push pin. Start with fewer than you might think you need, you don’t want to drown your plant. This works best in big pots, as it will need space to be slightly buried into the soil and sit upright in the pot. This method provides water right to the roots instead of sitting on top or landing on the leaves.