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Grow up - stair like planter boxes make it possible to grow an edible garden without a lot of space. This is an idea for the dead space in front of our decks at the cottage Sue!

Vertical Garden Wall | DIY Vertical Gardening & Projects for Small Space Gardening #DIYReady DIYReady.com on the deck... would be easy to grab herbs for dinner

Projects for Small Space Gardens

Interested in DIY vertical gardening? It can be hard to bring lively home decor to small living spaces, but vertical gardens can go a long way in outdoor decor.

DIY Vertical Gardens

DIY Vertical Gardens

DIY Vertical Wooden Box Planter is great! Also pinning for the lantern idea along the interior fence, this would be so great for the kids at night with solar lanterns

Outdoor Living Today - RB812 Raised Garden Bed 8 x 12

Outdoor Living Today - RB63 6 x 3 Raised Cedar Garden Bed

Outdoor Living Today Raised Cedar Garden Bed - 8 x 12 ft. - Durable, spacious, and high-quality, the Outdoor Living Today Raised Cedar Garden Bed - 8 x 12 ft.

Love this idea. Perfect for the herbs.

I love this wine box garden idea. But WHERE do you come up with wooden wine crates?

Cómo cultivar espárragos en casa

Cómo cultivar espárragos en casa

How to Grow Asparagus ___ Asparagus is a perennial vegetable. It takes three years from planting to get an appreciable crop, but the fresh asparagus is well worth the wait. A well-maintained asparagus patch will yield for 15 to 30 years.

start seedlings in eggshells then plant right into garden!

Many items can be reused and repurposed for seed starting containers. Empty cardboard egg cartons, and even egg shells themselves make great little seed starting pots - and can be popped right into the garden at planting time!

Creative,beautiful, living privacy fence.... i need this :) i hate staring at rickity wooden boring privacy fences here in town...this is fun!

alternative to fences. Would be great for a vegetable garden when you only have a little space with sun. living fence…maybe screen the deck from the neighbors?