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  • Michelle Kelly

    PVC pipe hanging garden

  • Megan Larson

    An old rain gutter is now a new garden planter

  • The Frugal Housewife

    Small space solution!!! Gutter gardens!!! Check this post out to see "How to make a hanging gutter"! garden!!!

  • Don Schumacher

    How to build a modern hanging gutter garden- the Hanging Gardens for 2012! A nifty vertical gardening project I wouldn't mind trying out if I had the space, and made from items easily found at the hardware store. Would add even more space to grow local food.

  • Elisabetta Zuccari

    ideas for growing plants in small spaces

  • Karen Fisher

    Hanging gutter planters DIY

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Hanging Gutter Garden//////// Plant Suggestions: Arugula, spinach, swiss chard, kale and all kinds of lettuces Annual herbs – cilantro, parsley, chives Strawberries – buy bare roots to save money and make planting easier Root Veggies – beets, radishes and maybe shallow carrot varieties like Tonda di parigi Annual Flowers – marigolds, nasturtiums, pansies and violas

too easy, why didn't i think of this...

Garden LINK IS TO A PIC ONLY IDEA SITE AND I COULD NOT FIND THIS, MUST BE IN ARCHIVES. A GOOD LOOK WILL SHOW HOW ONE COULD MAKE SOMETHING QUITE SIMILAR WITH NYLON ROPE AND GUTTER SECTIONS PAINED..THESE MIGHT BE TERRACOTTA... THAT WOULD NE A HEAVY LOAD

String-gardens-group. I'm loving the look of string gardens. I wonder how hard it would be to do these and maintain them in the house.

Veryical Garden in Apartment Therapy (great website)Product_17c_large_rect540

A little reminder that spring will come sometime. We promise. hanging garden

A gutter garden along the edge of the shady back porch is definitely on the to-do list. This may be the perfect way to grow lettuces, which really don't care for Virginia's hot and dry summers.

Surreal. Haven't found a tutorial yet.

repurposing old gutters; turning into "gutter gardens". clean, hang in front of porch, drill holes in bottom, cover bottom with a layer of stones for drainage, then add dirt and appropriate herbs, salad garden plants, strawberries, or whatever you like.