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
Succulent vertical garden frames
Need to start keeping things like this in mind for the new house
Dang, I didn’t do so well my first time through. It’s hard when the quiz has a lot of statistics
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.
“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
This would be a fun project
Jealous. My basil plants are puny
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
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)