In the Garden – Upside-Down Crops Are Growing in Popularity – NYTimes.com

Ah, the upside down garden!  Love it, hate it.  Here’s the positives:

Less space needed, no digging, no weeds!

Here’s the negatives: Need something strong enough to hold them up, need to water them regularly and often, limited soil, and therefore limited harvest.  Still, I may do another one, if I can figure out what small plants I can use, and how I can have them watered “automatically”.

In the Garden – Upside-Down Crops Are Growing in Popularity – NYTimes.com.

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2 comments on “In the Garden – Upside-Down Crops Are Growing in Popularity – NYTimes.com
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