My vertical pallet herb garden
The picNYC Table from Haiko Cornelissen Architecten.
“Suddenly, spilling water becomes a necessity instead of a problem and wine glasses need coasters not to prevent ring stains but to avoid tumbling.”
The vegetation is very much alive, meaning the table requires constant care, but the reward is invaluable: All the picnic with none of the ants.
Eat every meal on grass! I love it
Grow a garden in the middle of your patio table
Today I learned how to make a landless garden with a burlap bag, a few sticks, and a bit of gravel and soil. It a really neat and inexpensive way to create a mini vertical garden. I’m planning on starting one on our back porch soon. :)
P.S. It’s compostable when you’re finished with it!
Also, I learned this at the Boston Skillshare. If you haven’t checked it out yet, you should!
Garden in a driveway.
via How to Garden Anywyere | Sunset.com. Photo: Thomas J. Story
I love driveways like this. Why not fill all the unused space with greenery??
Taormina, Sicily, Italy
Eduardo Longo - APG house, Guaruja SP, Brazil (1967)
by Leonardo Finotti, Architectural Photographer