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DIY Vertical Planter Garden. Something I would do differently, or add to it, is support under each planter. I worry the weight of the dirt, water, and plants will eventually concave the planters. Adding one more piece of wood (obviously cut into proper lengths) wouldn't cost that much more for a little more security.

Could I incorporate this into my garden counter plans? Maybe have a mini-ladder incorporated into each side for collection of herbs or some such sun-loving small plants? Oooohh... strawberries?

Pots with house numbers. This would be so easy and would look great on the front by the door. Could also be changed easily and inexpensively. Now to decide what to plant.

Micro-farming includes finding ways to maximize available but limited space. This is a rather clever idea for folks who want to try farming on an average city lot or smaller. :)

did this last year but the box woods didn't survive the winter in my very large urns....love the look may try again need year

The lemon thyme that we planted on the sides of the raised beds add some softness to the gravel path. It's exactly what was needed...

"10 Easy-to-Grow Vegetables: Gardening is a breeze with these 10 easy to grow vegetables, and use these tips for successful small space gardening." Jan./Feb. 2012

oooh genius repurpose! Old filing cabinet + spray paint = raised planting bed. I might add that packing peanuts make a good filler for the bottom of deep containers, then just put your potting soil on top. Makes for good drainage too.