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VERTICAL VEGETABLES: "Grow up" in a small garden and confound the cats!
I am going to line my pockets with plastic baggies with a smallish hole in the bottom for drainage. In the fall I can simply lift the baggies out for storage of the holder, and the plastic bags liners may prevent mildew and staining. I hope.
I just found this project and I can't wait to try it out! Thanks!
I hung my shoe thing off the railing of the deck. Started my plants from seeds, so everything is still tiny. I planted basil, parsley, kale, collard greens, spinach, and a bunch of different leaf lettuces. I got my shoe organizer from a local thrift store for $2. I have seen pictures on the internet of pockets that came unstitched, I guess from the weight of the soil. I didn't want that to happen to mine so I reinforced the stitches.
My garden is in shade except for the wall of the tool shed. This is the perfect solution for my kitchen herb growing needs. Just picked up the shoe holder today at the local thrift shop, so I think that makes it official. A bit worried about the mildew comment, but I think being in good sunlight should help with that.
this is a great idea for my deck since I'm in a wheelchair & can't get out in my yard to do a big garden. I'm so trying this this season.
Cool idea, sending this to my brother.
RAISED vegetable bed with storage underneath
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