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This vertical garden—built by affixing hex wire netting to a cedar frame—can accommodate up to 35 small terra-cotta pots (that's a lot of growing potential! Get the tutorial at AKA Design.

Garden hammocks to support melons. So adorable!

Wide spaced fencing up the side of my shed so that my trailing veggies can climb instead of meander, using slings to nestle the veggies in so they don't get mushy on the ground.

DIY HERB GARDEN..you can also buy benches and sit on concrete blocks to make different heights :)

Look! Terraced Herb Garden

DIY HERB GARDEN :: Brilliant little terraced setup. Simple yet visually appealing. She kept the herbs in the original plastic pots, but put them in the galvanized cache pots for the lovely aesthetic. On the left appears to be an olive tree.

/ photo by Marissa Voo

/ photo by Marissa Voo. Oddly, many cactus species are endangered, but you can buy small ones at Home Depot, etc.

The Aim:  to build a low cost vertical garden using as much recycled material as possible. to use this information to build something nice indoors for the winter months. to make watering and nutrient feeding as automated as possible. to make something in the final phase that is visibly attractive, low maintenance, low cost and satisfying in what it can produce either vegetables or just greenery with flowers.  This is a first prototype  of a vertical garden, built with recycled materials…

The Aim: to build a low cost vertical garden using as much recycled material as possible. to use this information to build something nice indoors for the winter months. to make watering and nutrient

Consider xeriscaping as a way to use your green thumb on this Earth Day

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