Saturday, July 11, 2009

Another garden idea if your space is small

Check this out.. don't have the space for a garden.. look at this fun Idea!!! I just love these clever ideas people are coming up with for small gardens. Wouldn't this be fun on a balcony of an apartment complex with strawberry's in it??? This appears to be a herb garden.. you could hang this right outside your back door and bring it in in the fall ... keep a grow light on it and have wonderful herbs through out the winter.. put it back out in the spring.. ya what a way to have herbs year round ;)
This appears to be one of those shoe holders.

12 comments:

Julia said...

Thats new to me too! Interesting. I wonder how big the plants get.

Shana said...

That is so awesome. I wonder what all you could grow in there

Ooty said...

what a great idea!!!! I think this could be great also for shower rooms =D,
I miss reading your blog =0)

Robin (rsislandcrafts) said...

great idea! It never ceases to amaze me what people can come up with.

Eclectic Pink Rose said...

That is amazing!!! I wonder how it works, I mean water drainage and such. Clever, clever, clever!!!

♥ Teresa

Sherry said...

Very clever! I love this idea!

:)
Sherry

Anonymous said...

This is awesome! I grew up on a 65 acre farm in Ohio. Today, sadly, I do not have a garden!! I had some cat nip growing in pots in the bathroom for the cats, which they dragged away a couple times, but no garden outside! I must get with it!
Ronda

moBri said...

This is a great idea for herbs. Even if you have a garden. I like the idea of taking them inside at fall.

Becky said...

yep, perfect for herbs. But if you bring it indoors how to you protect the floors from water leaking?

Aunt Pitty Pat's Fun said...

Now that would be a good question.. leaking.. I suppose you would water it over the tub like you do most plants that tend to leak. When the drippin stops then you could hang it again :)
M

Barb said...

That is so clever....

Yarni Gras! said...

interesting...I saw one on a blog somewhere...they attached gutters along a fence from top to bottom and filled it up with soil and herbs...