on 04/22 at 01:35 AM
Oh wow, I like this too. I'll have to research this...like how do they get the plants to stay in the box?! I also like the boxes themselves. I am hoping to build a similar one soon for a tabletop salad garden.
on 04/22 at 12:56 PM
Hey! I believe the vertical herbal garden is not hard to build. One planter is below another in a way that leaves when reaching to the sun grow only to one side.
Here is a pic:
I want to build one too!
on 04/22 at 01:00 PM
My question would be how to water it.
on 04/22 at 01:02 PM
Inside the house environment.
on 04/29 at 12:33 PM
Wow, that's pretty awesome (not really a word I use that often!). Love how pretty they look as well as practical.
on 05/26 at 03:40 AM
Idon't know if you can do vertical planting, but I am doing an art project in which I give out seeds of trees that survived the atomic bombing to the people of US and the world. If you are interested, come see my blog at http://treeproject.blogspot.com
and I can send you the seeds.
on 05/28 at 01:14 PM
Saw this article and it made me think of your post... Looks like vertical gardens are catching on in the uk too
on 05/30 at 01:32 AM
Great ! Thanks for the link!
on 03/29 at 04:01 PM
Where is this vertical planter from?
on 03/29 at 08:17 PM
on 04/20 at 11:59 PM
I was wondering in particular where the final image is from. There's a low wall along the side of my roof garden that I would love to run into a green wall of herbs. From the angle of that photo, I can't tell if it is a Wooly Pocket, or some other solution.
on 04/21 at 12:44 AM
I do not remember where the bottom image is from. Maybe from Apartment Therapy or somebofy's DIY project I found on google images.. But thanks for mentioning Wooly Pocket, I looked them up and I think now I might have to blog about them.
on 02/06 at 10:29 PM
what is this made of I would like to build one for my house...great use of space!
on 02/26 at 05:26 PM
Opps I by accident deleted Marissa Cornelius post but here is the link to DIY pallet vertical garden: http://www.designsponge.com/2011/09/diy-project-recycled-pallet-vertical-garden.html
on 07/04 at 05:48 PM
Do you have a list of the herbs in that garden?
on 09/15 at 11:20 AM
I am an avid veggy gardener with a limited amount of space. I think this is a brilliant and very space effective application.
It's something I probably will investigate further as we attempt to grow herbs every year now.
on 09/27 at 10:02 AM
What a wonderful idea. I must experiment with this. It is visually impressive and also extremely useful. How about watering? Does it get difficult to water?
on 10/09 at 05:22 PM
It is a great idea that I would try on my garden wall. Thanks!
on 11/11 at 03:51 PM
I love this
on 11/14 at 03:02 AM
I love this! So artistic!
on 12/11 at 12:57 AM
I'm definitely going to give this a try in the spring. This is the newest thing and I think it's genius!!
on 12/24 at 01:52 AM
A really easy way to do this vertical herb garden is to use an old shoe organizer, the ones that hang up and have space for the shoes, usually a stronger plastic, just fill these spaces up with soil.
on 12/31 at 05:48 AM
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on 04/15 at 06:21 PM
What a great idea for a small space.
on 04/16 at 03:40 PM
I really like this idea; any specifics I could follow?
on 04/17 at 06:29 PM
I like this planter a lot! I would like to try to grow my herbs in a vertical planter.