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  • Anthony Vu

    Vertical gardening supporting fruit with nylon strips Wow! Great idea for small space gardening.

  • Karen Baker M.

    vertical veggies. Aha!! I wondered how the stems wouldn't break!

  • Soil-less Science Educators

    Vertical gardening supporting fruit with nylon strips. This technique will work great with growing melons in ZipGrow towers - perfect for a vertical classroom garden!

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