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Grow Your Greens in a Hanging Gutter Garden

Posted March 26, 2013 9:09 AM

From Gizmodo:

City living shouldn't preclude you from working your land-even if it's paved over in concrete. Here's a simple, inexpensive means of creating your own 'Hanging Gardens of Babylon' from some gutter and a chain link fence.

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Re: Grow Your Greens in a Hanging Gutter Garden

03/27/2013 7:08 AM

This is a great idea. The article doesn't mention it but, other advantages of this idea;

No bending over to weed or harvest.

No problems with moles or ground hogs eating your veggies.

I'm sure it cuts down on insect problems as well

I am so going to try this :)

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Re: Grow Your Greens in a Hanging Gutter Garden

03/27/2013 2:27 PM

I already do that. I've been raising tulip poplars, oaks and some maples in my gutters for years.

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