How to make a succulent vertical garden: Create a living picture out of hardy succulents. Garden Ideas
Step by step instructions to make this picture frame succulent garden.
Picture frame succulent garden (idea originally from BHGardens)
Living Wall Art- framed succulents, Summer Fun Project!
oooo, I like the picture frame succulent garden
Living picture frame-cool craft-ideas
living picture (framed succulents)
Hanging Succulent Garden.
I recently moved into a new apartment. The first think I wanted to do was start my apartment garden. There are so many innovated techniques used to created an indoor apartment garden. Below are some of my favorite apartment gardening ideas. 1. Regrowing plants from scraps There are many herbs and vegetables that you can regrow from cuttings bought from the grocery store. You can find unique glass containers at thrift stores or even the dollar store. Place the cuttings in water by a window seal and watch them grow. You can try to regrow spring onions, Leeks, Scallions, Fennel, lemongrass, ginger, potatoes, sweet potatoes, romaine lettuce, celery, bok choy and cabbage. I'm currently growing these green onions in my bedroom window seal in shot glasses I bought from the dollar store. Change the water daily and enjoy watching the growth. 2. Indoor Aquaponics apartment gardenAQUAPONICS is a system of growing plants in the water that has been used to cultivate aquatic organisms. Here are some youtube videos explaing how to create your own home aquaphonic system. 3. Vertical gardens for vegetables and herbsUsing found or inexpensive materials to build vertical gardens a great way to garden in small spaces. Vertical gardens are perfect for apartment gardening and in environment here there is not a lot of space. This unique hanging rain gutter vertical garden is inexpensive to build and adds a unique touch to any home vegetable garden. 4. Watch underground vegetables growFresh and functional home decor. This cute planter box can be built with repurposed materials. Crates can be found behind stores. This planter box can also be very educational for young children in the home. 5. Picture frame succulent or herb gardenThis tecnique can be used to plant succulents or herbs. I am going to build one of these for herbs to hang in my kitchen. Here is the instructions from Better Home and Garden on how to create this picture frame planter box.
Grow veggies in small spaces. Suzanne Forsling's gutter garden. I found this on http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/more-smallspace-veggie-gardeni-83350
Cool rain gutter garden idea. I may just try this one myself... This would work for crops like lettuce, radish, green onions, and some herbs. great spring time idea if you have a south facing house or shed.
Suzanne Forsling's great rain gutter garden idea as published in the Juneau Empire here: http://bit.ly/eDZ6Qq
I love this rain gutter gardening idea. Great for people who don't have the ability to make an actual garden.
Rain gutter garden....that's it, that's the perfect herb garden idea...durable and affordable...woot woot!
Great idea! (Small Space Gardening Ideas) rain gutter wall herb garden
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I found this on the web. I thought it was a great idea and wanted to pass it on. Here you have a very nice salad garden growing in rain gutters along a wall. I think you would have to punch holes in the raingutter for drainage but you could water the top and then it might self water the lower ones. This could also be placed on a fence or other solid or semi solid structure. I'm thinking about putting some on my lath house walls and the dog kennel inside wall. I saw another very good idea, use toilet paper as seed strips. Roll out single toilet paper and lightly brush with flour water mix, place your seeds at the proper distance on one side of the paper than fold over. Lay your toilet paper strip in your raingutter planter on some soil then cover. Water, and watch your garden grow. I'm going to try this and let you know.