Apr 18

Here is a walk-thru of the garden

I did a little walk-thru of the garden currently. Everything is doing so well. All the plants are loaded with flowers. We also have quit a few green tomatoes already. Even the strawberries have lots of flowers and the start of strawberries. ... Read More | Share it now!

Apr 02

Easter gave us Fabulous Weather

Hope everyone had a fun Easter. The weather here was fabulous. We have our first tomatoes and strawberries popping out of the season. ... Read More | Share it now!

Mar 31

Getting this years Garden Going 2018

We have been getting our garden going this year. We started planting on March 2nd. The gallery below is the garden so far. The images were taken on March 2nd then March 13th with the most resent images taken on March 30th. So far we have 45 trees of... Read More | Share it now!

May 20

Our Garden is doing fabulous

Its now mid May and our vegetable garden is doing fabulous.   We are picking veggies and enjoying everything in the garden. ... Read More | Share it now!

Nov 30

Our Open Air Suspension Greenhouse

Here are some images of our Open Air Suspension Greenhouse being assembled in September 2011 for growing Basil in an EzGro Vertical Garden. We have been doing a lot of work on it. The sides are up now and it is fenced in. Next we need to do the front and... Read More | Share it now!

Feb 20

How to Assemble a Suspension Type Open Air Greenhouse

Use poles of 10.49 ft, planted to a minimum depth of 23.62 inches. Plant two rows of poles 164.04 ft apart. Each row consists of 18 poles at center-to-center intervals of 9.84 ft. Prepare 19.68 x 19.68 ft poles by fitting 0.47 inches drawbolts through... Read More | Share it now!

Aug 23

High Density Vertical Growth (HDVG) Garden

In Victorian times, houses were very narrow, multi-storied, and had a small “footprint” on the land. This left more land for private gardening, and commons, among other things. Then came the 1960s, and “ranch style” homes, with half-acre grass... Read More | Share it now!