Adorable vertical garden! Love to copy this concept for our Cebu nest soon and plant herbs instead. Sustainable living! 🙂
Starting from Scratch: Vertical Gardening -As a general rule, it would take 13 to 18 times more ground space to plant the same amount in a horizontal garden as you can in a vertical garden.
Whether you live in the tiniest studio apartment or the largest homestead or somewhere in between, going vertical with your gardening can help you make the most of the space that you have! // Mom with a PREP
Vertical garden tower
Top 10 Plants that Repel Mosquitoes! – Urban Organic Gardener
30 Herb Garden Ideas
(in lieu of a space hogging greens/salad table) Space-Saving Vertical Vegetable Garden
Growing Onions Vertically on your windowsill. At auntiedogmasgarde…
Spell It Out – HouseBeautiful.com
Here are eight ways you can grow potatoes in a ‘no dig’ vertical garden. theownerbuilderne… Because potatoes are a high yielding crop, you only need to set aside a small area to grow them. The whole idea of the ‘no dig’ principle is that you keep adding soil as the potatoes grow.