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The GreenStalk Vertical Planter is a space-saving, vertical, stackable planter with an internal slow drip watering system. Vegetables, flowers, herbs, strawberries, etc. Visit their website at http://greenstalkgarden.com Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsGrow a Vertical Herb Garden in a Greenstalk PlanterGreenStalk Stackable Gardening System – 5 Tier Vertical Vegetable TowerGreenStalk Vertical Planter * Space Saver * Flower Tower * NO WEEDS!*Intensive cattle farming indoors & free range milk (UK) – BBC – 3rd April 2016Ideas for vertical strawberry planterVertical strawberry planter ideas

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18 Comments

  • dddinah45 1 year ago

    Nice item, i like it…..a little too pricey for me…..send me one will you?email me and I'll tell you where to send it….people are always looking for money money money……and any way to make it….free pots at the recycling center….

  • Fensterfarm Greenhouse 1 year ago

    I guess the weight from all of the soil gives it the stability. I was wondering how it would do in the wind would if the wax peppers got pretty big? might catch the wind.
    Chuck

  • Deep South Homestead 1 year ago

    It seems they are sending out a lot of these things to different people.They havent contacted us yet oh well it looks like a good thing to have on the porch.

  • louisianaprepper 1 year ago

    Would be great to have lettuce without having to wash off all that dirt.

  • Sneak 66 1 year ago

    The Green Stalk would work great at my place, I have a very small backyard. Thanks for sharing.

  • Keyplayr61 Greenhouse Hydroponics And Gardens 1 year ago

    Cool, Donald!

  • czyhrs 1 year ago

    Mr Donald , thank you sir for another good video.I enjoy your videos, they are always very helpful.I like the GreenStalk Vertical Planter idea.Looks like you sure do have a good helper.I hope you and your family have a good summer.God bless you sir.

  • ElGatoLoco698 1 year ago

    ha, I was just thinking about something you said today. Now a video from you. Mysterious ways.

    Anyway you mentioned in your last video about sifting your cotton compost before planting seeds. I tried it and it worked very well for me. My compost was very woody with some rather large chunks so I sifted them out and the seedlings are doing much better than the unaltered compost. It worked so well I sifted the perlite and peat moss too. Anyway, thanks for the wisdom!

  • Ronald Kearn 1 year ago

    What a good idea, I am going to use these in the front of my house for flowers, excellent, and thank you very much Donald :-)

  • TexasPrepper2 1 year ago

    They sent me one too.
    I just did a video on it. It's a pretty nice little innovation !

  • John Wolf 1 year ago

    and where can I purchase one at?

  • John Wolf 1 year ago

    how much they cost?

  • ofs1958 1 year ago

    Good ideal

  • Sonnie's Garden 1 year ago

    Thanks for sharing.

  • Tappedline 1 year ago

    Oh yes, got to get one for by wife.

  • darkwood777 1 year ago

    I do a lot of vertical gardening. This looks like a nice system since it has lots of space for roots and moisture retention.

  • Andy Mahoney 1 year ago

    Good to see you are in good health Donald. I always look forward to your videos all the way from the UK.

  • Vince 6424 1 year ago

    Hey Donald, do you need to turn the planter on a regular basis so that the plants that are in the shade get enough sun light?