The Asianman
urbangreens:

The ultimate spice rack!
submitted by Anna C
 via Homesteading / Survivalism

urbangreens:

The ultimate spice rack!

submitted by Anna C

 via Homesteading / Survivalism

Eggshell Seed Starters

urbangreens:

DIY Upside-Down Tomato Planters

Great for city-dwellers with little or no garden space!

The wife and I are planning to try out a couple of these this season

urbangreens:

Succulent vertical garden frames

Need to start keeping things like this in mind for the new house

urbangreens:

Succulent vertical garden frames

Need to start keeping things like this in mind for the new house

via vermicompost

Dang, I didn’t do so well my first time through. It’s hard when the quiz has a lot of statistics

nocarbon:

urbangreens:

vermicompost:

Bently over at RedWormComposting has put together this great guide to vermicompost. He is offering this guide  for a limited time special with a blueprint and info guide to a DIY worm bin  designed by Joe Denial.  Get both for only $19! 
It’s a small price to  pay to support this great vermicomposting resource.

If you like to garden, vermicomposting is a great way to get the best fertilizer on the planet at virtually no cost. This guide (available in September) is a great place to start!

everybody should compost! you can do it in an apartment, too. 

Yes!  I vermicompost in my apartment. The bin produces no odor at all.

nocarbon:

urbangreens:

vermicompost:

Bently over at RedWormComposting has put together this great guide to vermicompost. He is offering this guide for a limited time special with a blueprint and info guide to a DIY worm bin designed by Joe Denial.  Get both for only $19! 

It’s a small price to pay to support this great vermicomposting resource.

If you like to garden, vermicomposting is a great way to get the best fertilizer on the planet at virtually no cost. This guide (available in September) is a great place to start!

everybody should compost! you can do it in an apartment, too. 

Yes!  I vermicompost in my apartment. The bin produces no odor at all.

urbangreens:

Recycled Plastic Bottle Vertical Garden

“Design studio, Rosenbaum, designed this garden as an inexpensive small space solution for growing herbs and spices…  All you need is emptied and cleaned 2-liter PET bottles, scissors, clothesline rope, twine or wire, and two washers per bottle.”
More pictures at Treehugger

via captainplanit

This would be a fun project

urbangreens:

Recycled Plastic Bottle Vertical Garden

“Design studio, Rosenbaum, designed this garden as an inexpensive small space solution for growing herbs and spices… All you need is emptied and cleaned 2-liter PET bottles, scissors, clothesline rope, twine or wire, and two washers per bottle.”

More pictures at Treehugger

via captainplanit

This would be a fun project

projectoverflow:

backyard basil

Jealous. My basil plants are puny

projectoverflow:

backyard basil

Jealous. My basil plants are puny

urbangreens:

My Vertical Jungle by fraying

That would be rad too have an indoor wall garden like this… It would have to be on a wall that gets lots of light, so I don’t think this is feasible in my current apartment :(
Next place, I’m doing this!

urbangreens:

My Vertical Jungle by fraying

That would be rad too have an indoor wall garden like this… It would have to be on a wall that gets lots of light, so I don’t think this is feasible in my current apartment :(

Next place, I’m doing this!

I am totally making this Summer Risotto with the zucchini that’s about ripe in my garden

I am totally making this Summer Risotto with the zucchini that’s about ripe in my garden

First harvest!

First harvest!

Coming along! Hopefully it will fill in within a few weeks

Coming along! Hopefully it will fill in within a few weeks

Worked on my very own pallet  garden last night!

Worked on my very own pallet garden last night!

One of my raised beds all planted.  I gots Serrano & Jalapeño peppers, Roma & San Marzano tomatoes, zucchini, and some petunias because they repel pests.
(Not pictured: recently planted rosemary & marigolds that have yet to sprout)

One of my raised beds all planted.  I gots Serrano & Jalapeño peppers, Roma & San Marzano tomatoes, zucchini, and some petunias because they repel pests.

(Not pictured: recently planted rosemary & marigolds that have yet to sprout)