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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Ready to start gardening? Check out this nifty vertical planter!

My garden didn't work out this year quite like I thought it would. Between my trip to Indiana (for what was supposed to be a few weeks and ended up being almost the whole summer) and my kiddos running me ragged, a garden this year was a little out of the question. When I saw this planter I really wished I would have thought to bring something like this along with me to my mom's house... not so much because it would take the place of my home garden, but because it would have been absolutely perfect for me to keep a few much-wanted plants in my care to take back home with me at the end of the summer. Luckily, I was still able to have some fresh, homegrown tomatoes (one of my favorite things) at my mom's house, so I wasn't completely without this year! Next year, I'm going to be on top of it. (Hopefully!)

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My Garden Post created by Llona Innovations has been a small family owned and operated company since 2004.  Feeling sad when gardening season ended during their trials, they wanted to create something which work just as well indoors.  My Garden Post is "A Vertical Growing System for Herbs, Vegetables, Flowers, Fruit and Tropical Plants for urban gardeners with limited space."  Included with each growing system is 5 uniquely designed planters and mounting brackets, post and base stand with casters.  There are even drain hole plugs for indoor use and you can choose between two color planters - green or terracotta.

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  1. I would grow fresh tomatoes because my family would enjoy them.

  2. I would love to grow herbs, and spices (peppers)! It would be great on my patio, so closer to the kitchen! =)