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  • Meghan Durtschi Gravatt

    Small garden ideas

  • Fringedand Studded

    Plant walls: Vertical planting for beauty and food - latimes.com. The result is a salad garden that could thrive on a deck or patio. To plant the rack, the designer started at the bottom row, inserting plants from the rear. She wrapped the backside of each plant with coconut coir fiber, the kind typically used to line hanging baskets, and then packed dirt around the roots.

  • Cindy Powers

    old champagne crate rack plant holder

  • Deanna O'Dea

    Vertical Gardens: The Living Wall Trend Grows | The Stir

  • Rebecca Wolfe

    Anne Phillips of Go Green Gardeners has come up with a great idea to grow vegetables vertically. She created a vertical salad garden, which is about 2.5 feet wide and nearly 5 feet tall. She used a French riddling rack, boards with slanted holes in which fermenting bottles of sparkling wine were perched nearly upside down, so yeast could collect in the neck and be removed. She wrapped the backside of each plant with coconut coir fiber, the kind typically used to line hanging baskets, and then packed dirt around the roots. The salad garden she created looks quite good to put it on a deck or patio. Even though not all plants work in this kind of setup it’s practical anyway. Besides, you can use the idea and make such vertical garden from wood boards. http://www.shelterness.com/how-to-grow-vegetables-vertically/

  • James Linn

    Vertical Salad Garden. I love small space ideas

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Got Herbs? Try this out in a Hanging Pocket Shoe Rack -This is perfect if you just have a small outdoor space. Just poke a few holes on the bottom of each pouch and fill with good soil, then a small rooted herb plant. If you water from the top, it trickles down to the lower 'pocket', like a waterfall, so don't over water!