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Have you ever thought you didn’t have enough space to grow what you wanted? Hopefully after today you will feel inspired! With vertical gardening techniques we can save space, use less water,… Video Rating: 5 / 5 A 15ft pipe has been cut into 4ft pipes. Marked the distance for each of the grooves on the pipe. These grooves have to be carefully cut so the the pipe doesn’t get a crack. Once the groove… Video Rating: 0 / 5 Related Posts[Electro House] DJ Hydroponic X5 : Lets Get StartedVertical Gardening Ideas, Green WallsHow Broadwater Farm estate started growing vegetables – Urban gardening in actionIdeas for Green Walls and Vertical Gardens Urban GardeningFall Garden Started – 9.7.2013 (Mittleider Gardening Method)celtic ozark garden vertical gardening techniques

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15 Comments

  • Magda Miles 2 years ago

    Vertical gardens are beautiful, but they are not the only ‘vertical thing’
    in gardening/farming. Did you hear about vertical farming (
    http://blog.pulawy.com/en/vertical-farming/)? It also looks beautiful, but
    it’s more practical and useful in urban farming. Imagine that we live in
    beautiful green cities, full of food growing next corner – nice vision,
    isn’t it?;)?

  • Gideon Gardens 2 years ago

    Very nice! I love the zig zag trellis and your double decker pea planter.
    Thanks for sharing…….Ann?

  • Ben Matthews 2 years ago

    Thanks for all of the great videos. They are very well done. I appreciate
    all the tips on living more lightly on the earth. ?

  • Fensterfarm Greenhouse 2 years ago

    I have 4 acres that I plant outside but I use these methods in my
    greenhouse. It is 30X100 but I grow UP to maximize that space!
    Thanks for the great information!
    Chuck?

  • LARK'S GARDENS 2 years ago

    Very nice methods. Thank you for sharing your techniques & tips.?

  • Onward to Innisfree 2 years ago

    Thanks for posting this. I want to try growing some melons and cucumbers
    on a trellis next year. I was going to try supporting them like a tomato,
    with some extra strings where needed, but your method of tying them in a
    spiral looks like its suits them much better. Do you single stem your
    vertical melons and cucumbers??

  • Whitshobbyhomestead 2 years ago

    Speaking of temperamental, right on que.@6:20. Your garden looks great.
    Whit?

  • john roberts 2 years ago

    move down here to s.e. arizona where you can grow almost all year.
    lots of cheap property and your ideas, thoughts, etc. would be
    welcome.
    john/benson/az?

  • Edgar Smittenheighnjenkson 2 years ago

    You can probably grow some of the larger varieties of melons if you rig up
    some sort of net or platform to support the melons.?

  • RationalPrepping 2 years ago

    Hello Neighbor! (Central Colorado) Lots of awesome info on here and your
    videos! I’m going to use some of this info next year. I can’t turn my
    whole backyard into a garden (i wish) because gotta keep under the HoA
    radar. So vertical gardening is going to be the way to go to maximize the
    space of the 3 4’x8′ raised beds that I do have. I will also have to
    devise a system that I can take down every year for better hiding. Added
    to my ‘favs’ for future reference and watching.?

  • Mark Osborne 2 years ago

    I’m absorbed in your intelligent talk?

  • Meg SmartieAndSteveo 2 years ago

    Very cool! We’re in the city too, so this would be a great option for us
    next season!! 🙂 Thanks for sharing – your garden looks lovely!?

  • buffalo3232 2 years ago

    Excellent!!! GREAT IDEAS THANK YOU?

  • 6970Brad 2 years ago
  • sam sam 2 years ago

    Add a message to your video?