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DIY Impatien Vertical Wall Garden Vlog | March 30, 2014 | Nelly and her Nerd DIY Impatien Vertical Wall Garden UPDATE! | July 6, 2014 Pinterest made us do it! After see a gorgeous flower wall garden on Pinterest I convinced Hubby that we needed one as well. As with most things on Pinterest, finding detailed DIY instructions was next to impossible so we basically flew by the sit of our pants on this one. DIYing this wall was frustrating at times but in the end (its now 4 weeks later) completely worth it and we love it! The footage in this video was recorded on March 30, 2014. As always, thank you for LIKING, COMMENTING & SUBSCRIBING! Blog: http://www.nellyandhernerd.com (new!) Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/nellyandhernerd Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/nellyandhernerd Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/nellyandhernerd e-mail: nellyandhernerd AT gmail.com Camera: Canon S100 Editing Software: iMovie Tags: nellyandhernerd, julianna, vertical garden, impatien wall garden, wall garden, diy, pinterest On a backyard patio, Gardeniere Jim Cunneen shows how to build a self-standing & moveable vertical wall out of simple building materials. Ths unique wall is part privacy divider on small patios & part garden for vegetables& flowers wherever needed. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsPi Wall Vertical Hydroponic Grow System Living WallsSedum Spheres, Southern Gardening TV, March 2, 2014Vertical Gardening Examples at the 2014 Chicago Flower and Garden ShowUltimate Innovations AquaSav Vertical Garden Wall Planter on QVCHow to build a DIY vertical wall gardenDIY Vertical Wall Garden | How To Build A Vertical Garden With Tips

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27 Comments

  • katherine peterson 1 year ago

    tell me again, why isn't SHE doing this project? It doesn't take a rocket scientist.

  • Lisa Rivas 1 year ago

    Super really enjoyed watching you set up the Impatient Wall. Job well done! Thank You

  • Gladys. Carter 1 year ago

    very, very nice

  • Tonya Morgan 1 year ago

    keep learning guys. e for effort. I think maybe the weather going to get the best of ya. deterioration will come sooner than u think. keep at it good job

  • Stevhan Hughes-Cgrenzhovo 1 year ago

    I love watching a young man and woman work together, it gives me hope for the future of us all here in the USA. I"m sure that it will be a show stopper of colour and joy for all who view it.

  • Regina Leathers 1 year ago

    You could have put blocks of wood under the bottom of the latice. It would give support for it. Doing a great job!

  • Sarah Walker 1 year ago

    I think maybe what could have been done was to put some vertical supports connecting the top and portions of the lattice. I looks beautiful and am so glad it turned out well.

  • Pamela Wilson 1 year ago

    poor guy.

  • Aarti Jagmohansingh 1 year ago

    Given that the lattice and landscaping material confine the soil, how do you add fertilizer? Individually at the base of each plant where the material opens?

  • Aarti Jagmohansingh 1 year ago

    This video was awesome! Really nice work!

  • Fischer Holly 1 year ago

    Before sealing up the sections with that middle piece of wood it might have been helpful to wet down the soil because it will compact down with water  and if you've sealed up your sections there won't be much you can easily do to then add needed soil. I do love this video in that it showed the trials and errors gone through to achieve the end result.

  • TOO Tony Bologna 1 year ago

    Next time try it on paper first cause it's easier to change you mistakes with a rubber erase then doing it all live by hand in you mouth.

  • TOO Tony Bologna 1 year ago

    Trial and error will win out. Your will shows you have gravity.

  • Shannon Fisher 1 year ago

    This was an excellent video mistakes and all shows all problems first hand. Then on comments you can pick what will help u with a better project..again kudos on the video.ps I'm also a master gardener and will be using this as a teaching tool. :-)

  • Alberto Rodriguez 1 year ago

    I really enjoyed watching your Vertical garden, especially because you showed trial and error. i cant wait to start my own vertical garden.

  • ima bemedou 1 year ago

    This could be edited down to like 2 mins…………………

  • nellyandhernerd 1 year ago

    After watching this video be sure to watch the update for tips and pictures of what the wall looks like now! http://youtu.be/zQ2nsWMqmQM

  • cristian carreón 1 year ago

    safety not first

  • Trevor Hackathorn 1 year ago

    No earplugs…not smart dude

  • plantcrazed101 1 year ago

    Lowes got y'all beat! The super expensive tools you use and the complexity of the project is a nope. Had better luck with lowes projects. Way too fast a pace and the music is creepy lol 

  • Derek bildfell 1 year ago

    Are there actual plans for this available?  I want to adjust this to a 5 ft high garden wall to use as a privacy wall on my deck.  I'm guessing we'd want to have a wider base?

  • Joshua Doohan 1 year ago

    cool

  • Mourad 1 year ago

    I like your videos, they are interesting. I can help you add animations and motions to them like intro, outro, titles, animated graphics…. Nice work, keep it up. 

  • Ed Palmatier 1 year ago

    Do you have a parts list for this? Great idea 

  • RCDesertRat 1 year ago

    Good project. I would use redwood instead being you are going to have a soaker hose flooding it.

  • mrtommyboy46 1 year ago

    What's up with the top ?

  • Chris 1 year ago

    After all that, the top was left long?  Otherwise, cool project.