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Grow strawberries in gutters. This is brilliant! Keeps the berries off the ground and away from bunnies and neighborhood children!

Vertical gardening - it maximizes your harvest, makes the most of limited space, doesn't require lots of bending, and keeps your veggies away from pests and rot. This easy-to-assemble kit lets you grow vertically vining plants either against a wall, or as a free-standing unit using your own posts. Takes up just four square feet of growing space but produces more vegetation than a 24 square foot plot! Perfect for tomatoes, pole beans, cucumbers, or any vining plants.

My patio garden boxes. I have two of these. I grow small vegetables and fresh herbs!

Gutter Planters - great for lettuces, herbs. Attach to a frame instead of the side of a house or garage. That way, you can put it away when the season is finished OR leave it where it is and put Christmas lights on it! An old bed frame, spray-painted white would be excellent!

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The Edible Garden Project - A Green Day Out In Singapore

Who says you don't have any room for an herb garden. could make a gorgeous living wall/divider for privacy