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Sydney / HTN is a Group Training Organisation committed to the development and support of hospitality & food service apprentices.
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You can turn those leftover soda bottles into a vertical garden with some supplies and a bit of crafting skills.  This concept come to us from Brazilian design firm Rosenbaum, as part of a TV series of dramatic makeovers of homes. This urban garden was such a hit that Rosenbaum released these instructions so anyone create their own.

Who knew? You can turn those leftover soda bottles into a vertical garden with some supplies and a bit of crafting skills. This is Do-It-Yourself (DIY) vertical gardening. This concept come to us from Brazilian design firm Rosenbaum, as part of th

No Garden? Here Are 66 Things You Can Can Grow At Home In Containers | Dr Akilah El - Celestial Healing Wellness Center

No Garden? Here Are 66 Things You Can Can Grow At Home In Containers « Dr Akilah El – Celestial Healing Wellness Center.I have a garden, but I'm a firm believer in utilizing all space.

Five of the best small residential gardens | Carnegie Hill garden by Nelson Byrd Woltz | www.daisylovesdesign.com

Carnegie Hill House, NY by Nelson Byrd Woltz.Black locust timber slabs take you to an oversized woven chair (the ‘nest’) surrounded by ferns. Opposite, orthogonal pavers lead to a re-circulating fountain bringing sound and movement into the garden.

How to Create a Bee-Friendly Garden by berkeley.edu via fix.com #Infographic #Gardening #Bees

Ronny is telling you:'Learn about the importance of keeping bee populations alive and well in your garden, and how you can encourage bees to take up residence in your back yard.

Urban garden. Love this for when I might live in the city and have a small garden space.

Patio Decor and Gardening / urban gardens, small space manipulation. No instructions, but good inspiration for taking a very narrow and challenging space and turning it into a tiered garden with vertical elements.