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By Kelley Rawlsky March 22, at pm Thankfully, spring has finally arrived! There are about a gazillion different ways to grow plants. You can grow them indoors or outdoors. You can grow them in the ground, raised beds or pots. You can hang them or set them on your porch. If you are short on space and have a balcony, you can create a vertical garden. If you search the internet, you will find vertical planters made from a variety of items — trellis, ladders, file organizers, wooden pallets and even gutters.
Bonnie Plants shows a trellis built by using two by four sections of wood and hardware cloth. This is ideal for plants that climb or vine, such as cucumbers, squash, peas and climbing beans: bonnieplants.
Attach the rack vertically to a wall. Line the shelves with plastic and poke small drainage holes in it. Lay moss on top of the plastic. Think yarrow, sage, blue flax, and succulents. The book clearly explains how to support vertical vining plants with techniques like trellises, arches, and netting.
It also has a list of plants that you can grow vertically and what zones they grow in. It divides the plants into vegetables, fruits, and ornamentals. The book also explains how to compost and ho This book was quite informative. The book also explains how to compost and how to control pests without chemicals. All and all it's a good starting point for a beginner like me.
Jun 11, Aysha rated it liked it Shelves: I was disappointed, having heard the author interviewed on "You Bet Your Garden.
Far too many of his photos are of adorable English cottage gardens, which are lovely, but difficult to transfer to my hot and drought-ridden Oklahoma garden. I don't need another set of instructions on how to build a raised bed or compost pile. The author gives recommendations for vegetable varieties appropriate for I was disappointed, having heard the author interviewed on "You Bet Your Garden.
The author gives recommendations for vegetable varieties appropriate for vertical gardening, but in one case that variety is one he says is unavailable unless you happen to be one of the people he shares seed with. Oct 14, Tanja rated it liked it. Another book I wish I could give 3. Lots of helpful information. Fell nods to multiple gardening trends and incorporates them into his vertical approach to gardening.
My only complaint I would say was that it was redundant in places i.
The sketches of kinds of trellises were especially helpful. Jun 04, Meghan rated it really liked it. Contains a comprehensive list of edibles and ornamentals for trellising, good info on building your own trellises, as well as helpful time and money-saving techniques.
Plenty of photographs but I wish they were all colour instead of mostly black and white. Jun 27, Rachel rated it it was amazing Shelves: Wonderful book. Great list of foods and other plants that can be grown using trellises of one sort or another.
I appreciated the additional personal comments added to some of the plants Derek added to this book. I borrowed this from the library and now have to get it for my home collection so I can start marking it up.
Mar 14, Heather rated it really liked it. It is a good book but it contains a lot of information that I would consider good for beginner gardeners.
It would be a great book for beginners. Although I did find good info on vertical gardening. He also tends to repeat himself sometimes through out the book. Sep 09, Allie rated it really liked it Shelves: I've got so many ideas for next year, and, although I took copious notes, I'll definitely have to check it out from the library again. Sep 25, Tim Beckenham rated it liked it. Good book. Great source of ideas, but as said for this book, it is very repetitive.
Would've liked more illustrations, particularly about garden design, optimising sunlight. Apr 15, Naomi rated it it was amazing Shelves: Good information. Worth another read someday. Nov 30, Rosemary rated it really liked it Shelves: Comprehensive plant list included. Vegetable spaghetti and asparagus beans sound good!
Aug 28, Tracy Canuck rated it it was amazing. Excellent resource. Sep 01, David McNally rated it really liked it.
I am motivated to plan vertical for next spring! Jan 10, Alexandrea rated it it was amazing Shelves: Mar 03, Beverly rated it really liked it Shelves: May 29, Kelly rated it it was amazing. Great garden ideas that I need to try out especially his Skyscraper system. I know I can put something like this in my own raised beds this summer!! Barb rated it really liked it Mar 09, Stephanie rated it liked it May 25, Budi M rated it it was ok Oct 07, Christina C rated it liked it Apr 24, Missyland rated it it was amazing Jun 05, Marji rated it really liked it Feb 26, Pat McLendon rated it it was amazing Jan 01, Britt House-Deegan rated it it was amazing Oct 31, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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