Vertical garden for small plants or herbs - IKEA Hackers
Materials: Ordning Cutlery stand and Dignitet Curtain rail Description: Wanted some plants to hang vertically in front of the glass panel on the door in the kitchen. So I used 5 (you could always use more) cutlery stands and two curtain wire mounts from Ikea to create the vertical garden in the kitchen. You can …
free-standing vertical garden
I saw this today and thought it might just be perfect for our new place. Out backyard is pretty large, but only has one raised bed, and on the top of our list is to add another. I've always been fond of how vertical gardens look, now I might actually have the opportunity to create one! And no, we're not in our new place yet, in fact we're 3 weeks aways. I'm obviously getting a little antsy. via Apartment Therapy
Herb's Project (see it on white, please)
One idea off my mind! I have been thinking to do it for 2 years. Here it is complited- all of the fresh herbs I grow in my garden and use in my kitchen. And you know what I'll do with it? I'll print it out, frame separately and put on the wall in my kitchen. I already have a perfect place: right above my dining table.
DIY: Vertical Pallet Garden
Supplies Pallet 4 eye hooks (minimum 45 kg) Metal chain (minimum 95 cm) Cordless drill with a drill bit of 6.35 mm thick Vice S hooks Plastic pots with fresh potting soil Vegetable plants Step 1 Screw an eye hook at the top of the pallet at both ends. Attaching an eye hook directly into […]
Repurposing Crocs: From Gardening Shoe to Garden In Itself!
Real Simple magazine recently published this fun idea for repurposing your Crocs! I thought it was pretty clever, being that Crocs were originally designed as a shoe for gardeners that could be easily washed off after a day in the dirt. When repurposed as a hanging planter, the air holes turn into drainage holes and heel strap into a hanger. Of course these shoes aren't cheap, but it's a pretty cool idea, maybe if you've lost one shoe or grown out of them and can't use them on your feet…
Reciclando caixotes de madeira.
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