My Container Garden


My Container Garden

by Rob

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(Orange Springs, Fl)

I had an above ground pool with a deck around one end and when the pool died the deck remained. Thus my garden began. I now grow in approximately 100 fifteen gallon pots.

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Jan 27, 2016

flower ned on terrrace bed

by: Anonymous


Awesome these are!! Reminds of my old house! We Recently shifted to an apartment in Oakville and no we have zero space for gardening and we got flower bed and terrace gardening done by Infinity gardens ..yeah or less the same. We have cute garden tower 😀 :D!! Gardening is cool!!


Jan 27, 2016

flower ned on terrrace bed

by: Anonymous


Awesome these are!! Reminds of my old house! We Recently shifted to an apartment in Oakville and no we have zero space for gardening and we got flower bed and terrace gardening done by Infinity gardens ..yeah or less the same. We have cute garden tower 😀 :D! !gardening is cool!!


Apr 25, 2014

Dito!

by: Jean


I have exactly the same situation in my yard with the addition of a gazebo frame. The gazebo top was ripped during a very bad storm….so the frame became my inspiration for a garden trellis! My veggie garden did very well last summer. This year I’m changing it a bit to add more variety and a small greenhouse.


Mar 16, 2013

Springtime!!!

by: Rob


Pics of my spring garden beginnings coming soon.


Jan 21, 2013

wow

by: Bill


Love it.


Jan 18, 2013

What a Great You have Done!

by: Glenn Roberts


Wow! You sure have an exceptional looking container garden. Swimming in a pool is lovely on a hot day, but it doesn’t put food on the table. I expect you are saving money both on purchasing pool chemicals, and many dollars less buying fresh veggies?
You have turned a negative into a positive from an unworkable situation.
Well-done! Rob.
Cheers for now,
Glenn.


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