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  • Carolyn Richter

    Vertical garden: Green Living Walls | Green Living Technologies. Build walls close to the wall of a house for some Eco friendly cooling!

  • Brenda Ashlock

    Herb Wall Inspiration & more!! Herbs, lettuces and strawberries do not need as much soil as many other plants, so are good candidates for vertical gardens.

  • Kristin Murphy

    Herb & Salad Wall. Love this vertical gardening idea

  • Bethany Havas

    Vertical gardens / green walls

  • Kelly (Colourscape)

    Oh I wish... vertical herb garden wall.

  • Helen Blanchard

    Gorgeous Edible Landscaping! Here's an awesome Herb & Salad wall #Gardening #Wall #Landscaping #Herb #Salad #TipsnTricks #GrowYourOwn #Frugal #Budget101

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Garden wall by Tim Dawson, via Flickr-it's just too cute (and functional to boot!)

Wall of Herbs - Can this be in my backyard please

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Simple container gardening at it's best! These Jivin Jump Ups look great in this display of pots ! #johnny jump ups #container gardening

I like this idea but not so much having it against a window, maybe more to frame the window by putting it on either side of it. Cute idea to hang little pots on the lattice.

The height of this garden not only creates more useable space also adds some interest.

Wall Gardening With mesh and wiring, wall gardens are another striking solution perfect for minimal space like patios and tiny backyards. The living walls offers salad fixings along with creative, eye-catching conversations pieces. Again, the system makes use of water by using a steady stream utilized by the entire system leaving little water trickling away.

Herb & Salad Wall - leafy greens and herbs at your fingertips...look how little room it takes up...place a nice table with matching seats and walah...

Spend a Saturday afternoon crafting your own herb wall with an old wooden board, mason jars and brass ring hangers.

Indoor Herb Garden gardening-resources

herb garden wall .... I love the idea of creating a vertical garden for backyard privacy screening. Can't you just imagine the scent in the breeze? Yum!

I want a my garden shed to look like this. I guess I need to start getting up earlier!

Herb wall in the kitchen. Amazing!

  • jan kinch

    might i have further instructions as to hoiw to make this indoor herb garden, please?

  • Ami Angelin Francesconi

    Clever gal. My grandmother planted veggies in her flower garden. Asperagus lookes beautiful when it fernned out.

  • Carol Ihli

    I do not have much room but would love to have a kitchen garden. I have a lasagna box out by my patio aprox 4x8x knee high. I add a plastic trellis to the back side that is screwed on so it can be removed in the fall. I plant my beans and cucumber at the edge so they can climb. I also plant root Corps in with above ground crops like lettuce etc. I basically get to crops from one area. I add cow manure in the fall and as many leaves as I can get. By mixing them together along with the soil I already have in there really works good and brings lots of earth worms. I also add all the scraps form the kitchen. only vegetable scraps. My soil ends up like a new bag of potting soil. I also plant things in large flower pots. Happy gardening I can't wait for spring to come!

  • Carol Ihli

    If you want fresh onions year round find a friend or order some multiplying onions. They grow from the bottomland the top. They winter over even in northern ND. I grow mine in a large flower pot because they will take over your corner in the garden. You can take the onion from the top and plat it or use it for little round onions. When you pull from the ground you will have to Dwight them loose. Take what you want and stick the rest back in the ground. You can not kill them. I pull half out and just hang them in the garage an use all winter the left overs I stick back in to the ground and they grow again. Never buy onions.

  • Carol Ihli

    Boy! do I ever have spring fever. I did most of my cleaning already just to keep from starting my seedlings. Way to early yet.

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