Step 1 Materials needed
- Pole and attachments ( curtain pole or pipe fittings, screws).
- Strong metal saucepan or utensil hanging hooks
- Compost of a good quality moisture holding type.
- Selection of plants or seeds... e.g. mixed leaf salad, herbs,sorrel, peas, mini tomatoes.
- Piece of wood 2"x2" as long as the width of the pocket store to keep the base of pockets away from the wall.
- Trough planter to catch drips.
- You +1'd this publicly. UndoFeb 24, 2010 – We talked to Ms. Glasser about how to make our (vertical) gardens grow. 1. Find a south-facing wall or fence. Most vegetables need at least ...
|Uses Wooly Pockets on a wall: http://www.woollypocket.com/ (very expensive but a good idea)|
and Green Living Technologies: http://agreenroof.com/
$2000 Available for Green Living Wall Garden_MEWU (Mobile Edible Wall)
Friday, November 18th, 2011 - 8:21 am.
George Irwin, CEO
Whole Kids FoundationThe School Garden Grant Program is a collaboration between Whole Kids Foundation, Whole Foods Market and FoodCorps. Thanks to the generosity of Whole Foods Market customers, Whole Kids Foundation is able to provide grants of $2,000 to support school garden projects in the US, UK and Canada.
This funding can be applied toward a GLTi Mobile Edible Wall Unit!
Mobile Edible walls – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CUiJl9HaJic