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Wall planter The Green Pockets

Wall planter The Green Pockets

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Reuse re-purpose old rain gutters as planters. Reuse a vintage laundry wash tub to catch the run-off and re-circulate

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The Green Pockets in the night

The Green Pockets in the night

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Found via Urban Garden, these hanging gardens are an art installation type project by Fedor. Using string, moss, grass, and bowls or a glass reservoir - plants are transformed into suspended living works of art.

Pinner said, Actually I keep mine in the same pots they come in, every other day they get submerged into a 5 gallon bucket filled with 1/2 cup of Epson salts  3 gallons of regular water until the soil stops bubbling, then they are hung up to drip dry... always have ferns that are dark green, glossy, and 3x3 by September from ferns that start out with 7 fronds in May...

Keep the fern in the same pots they come in, every other day submerge them in a 5 gallon bucket filled with cup of epson salts & 3 gallons of regular water until the soil stops bubbling, then hang up to drip dry. ferns will be dark green, glossy, and

Morning glories beautifully create the fastest privacy living fence on your property, but if you're not meticulous about this plant - it can take over your ENTIRE yard!

Id love some greeneray- Heavenly Blue Morning Glories.put in a hanging pot, and they will grow down wards.will do this for this summer. (Morning glories can be invasive, be cautious where you plant them!

Morning glories on a tomato cage. They require lots of water in a pot so might work better in the ground.

Container pot with Morning Glory ( grandpa Ott ) plant.grow on large tomato cage with moon flower vine

DIY:  Build a Strawberry Tower - takes up a lot less room in the garden  holds 90 - 100 plants.

DIY: Build a Strawberry Tower - takes up a lot less room in the garden & holds 90 - 100 plants. I need to build this and learn how to grow strawberries.

Would be cool with a brick wall on the bottom and lattice on top with roses or wisteria growing in the lattive

Little Chelsea Courtyard Garden

Making the most of small space; this is a great design to bring nature into every city corner. Designed and built by Belderbos Landscapes I like the planters with dwarf boxwood. COuld use against the front of house or on either patio.

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