Added by on 2017-04-02

I built this very simple planter out of a piece of bamboo. I think this would work well if it had drip irrigation, For me to keep everything growing I would need to water 2 or 3 times a day, Not really going to work for me in this hot climate, It would need a lot of baby sitting. Life in Thailand on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/fishermantofarmer My Thai Homestead Website http://www.mythaihomestead.com/ My other youtube channel, WorldTravel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRMLdOCmr2JY8GmkeDvrAAA/feed Twitter Tweets by PaulDollimount Video Rating: / 5 Related Posts4 Pocket Vertical Garden Planter By Invigorated Living Review, Indoor and Balcony Gardening Made EasAll Natural Handcrafted Bamboo Vertical Gardening Towers – BooGardens™Vertical corner planter made from pallets. Limited tools project!Home Made Vertical Hydroponic SystemVertical Gardening Ideas, Green WallsBamboo Hydroponic Vertical Gardens

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14 Comments

  • ARMAND ALOVERA 4 months ago

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  • ARMAND ALOVERA 4 months ago

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  • Rob Bob's Backyard Farming & Aquaponics 4 months ago

    How's the planter going for you now, are you still happy with it ?
    Cheers..

  • Myles Adams 4 months ago

    interesting idea.what comes to mind if the wicking concept would work with another half of bamboo underneath with a water reservoir and some sought of wick…. this might be a solution for crowded cities as long you the apartment got sun you have them everywhere! 

  • Southpaw Davey urban farm. 4 months ago

    That looks so cool. dave

  • rodney newbury 4 months ago

    Pretty neat!!

  • mangomango999 4 months ago

    Always nice to drop by to see what you got going on in the garden.  And I knew you were going to try something like this when I saw your last videos.  🙂  I'm looking into the drip gardening watering concept this year.  It's got to be better, just a little work up front.

  • Jess Yates 4 months ago

    Your Garden is off the hook Bro.  You have nice soil too.  My ladies farm in unbonrat is more of a sand base soil,  I think we will have to bring in soil for the garden beds, but well worth it.  Love your videos great ideas and you show the natural beauty of living in Thailand.

  • Ross Todd 4 months ago

    I thought lettuce needed sun to germinate, so don't cover the seed…

  • bangalorebobbel 4 months ago

    cool use of good old Bamboo … and space.
    Could maybe also service as a very nice setup for all kind of hanging stuff like hanging tomatoes or radishes (the Mougri type) and so on.
    Only challenge may be watering, as You told already 😉

  • jmmurdy 4 months ago

    Neat

  • crizzey100 4 months ago

    What Nexted ! Old Wise one ! ( Flower Pots !! )LOL !! Looks like you cleaned up your garden it's Looking good !

  • Elyse Joseph 4 months ago

    Great project, more growing space!

  • ivor nappinion 4 months ago

    I WANT ONE,thats going to look mint when it starts growing…GOOD IDEA ;]