Want to grow a salad garden but have no room? Try gutters! Affix them to a fence, slope them for drainage, and voila! Want to grow a salad garden but have no room? Try gutters! Affix them to a fence, slope them for drainage, and voila!
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
These fun and functional DIY herb gardens are perfect for both homeowners and renters. Whether you have a large outdoor area or small space on your kitchen countertop, these planters fit everyone& needs.
Keep rabbits from eating! RAIN GUTTERS: Don’t have the yard space for a garden? Or simply just don't want to risk your kids running through it? Attach rain gutters to the side of your house to create a lovely herb and salad garden.
Going up: Want more lettuce or strawberries? Try this mobile planter. Since it’s easy to wheel around, you can plant earlier in spring and move seedlings into the garage on cold nights, extending the growing season.