Added by on 2017-04-19

Reduce Your Footprint presents this Vertical Garden installation at Barrett House. Steve Batley demonstrates the installation of a VGarden Slimrack. Steve summed it up nicely: “We’ve got food growing in the garden, we’ve got food growing along the fence, we’ve got food growing on the footpath… and now we’ve got food growing on the wall”. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodVideo 9:Vertical Garden Biowall Pot Installation on the Frames Fixed on the wallsVertical Gardening Ideas, Green WallsPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsIdeas for Green Walls and Vertical Gardens Urban GardeningBuild a Hanging Vertical Pallet Garden to Grow Food on Walls

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  • Virginia Lette 1 year ago

    Love this, great video. Have been searching for the VGarden SlimRack online and can't seem to find it – any leads?

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  • mercedescamper308 1 year ago

    Not sure if that's suitable for UK use. If it's mild steel, painted or plastic coated will look terrible after a couple of years. And winter winds will chill any roots, killing plants. Plastic would be better for UK use. Plastic and open backed, to allow light to heat the wall, even better.

  • xaxamicro 1 year ago

    loved this video. nicely explained. thank you.

  • Bungo Man 1 year ago

    hello there, very nice video, very simple easy vertical garden plus you are one of the rare people showing irrigation system which some people don't show…Thank you

  • Karen Castro 1 year ago

    Wow, very creative of you…… =)

  • Camille MNC 1 year ago

    I loved your video! A vertical garden.

  • Kat McNamara 1 year ago

    Great idea and great info. Loved the drip system for small spaces.

  • Cary Lopez 1 year ago

    need to know the name of the feed plant that sticks to outside walls of a home

  • Jenny Disaster 1 year ago

    $400 for that metal garden!! Farking hell. In that case, no thanks. I will recycle.
    Fantastic video though!

  • Didin Jamaludin 1 year ago

    thanks for sharing, it seemed a lot of investment tho. why dont we use recycle stuff to build Vertical Garden?

  • Abdul Qadir 1 year ago

    Does that structure of iron not heat up? Hence increasing media temperature that is not favorable for plants.

  • Suzanne Martin 1 year ago

    If you included a paper template with the hole location in each corner, one could just put the template against the wall and drill all 4 holes before doing anything else, which would make installation a lot easier. I would love these for my brick house!

  • LearningDaily 1 year ago

    great idea! vertical gardening

  • Omar Sami 1 year ago

    beautiful video.  lucky you
    thank you for all what you do

  • Mark Ostendorf 1 year ago

    This is a superb how-to video. 

  • Mama Spooky 1 year ago

    This video is very helpful and informative. Question though: After your food grows and you pick it and eat it, you probably want to re-plant something in the empty space in the soil right? Do you move the mulch out of the way, plant and recover? or sweep up the mulch and replace it with new mulch? or what? I'm not sure what to do about the mulch. 

  • Hoshi Inoue 1 year ago

    I'd like to see the follow up. How did this turn out?

  • Marius Draconis 1 year ago

    How often do you need to change the potting mix, fertilizer and compost? Or do you just feed it more compost fertilizer ever few weeks?