Garden in a Bag: Herbs
An easy way to have fresh herbs within reach to add to salads, sauces and other dishes. The leak proof bags make it so you can grow them straight in the package.
If only I had found these amazingly simple - GENIUS - kits before I started my garden this year!!! The kit is made up of brackets, screws instructions. You add the wood in any lengths you'd like. Voila!
To be honest, I couldn't find any viable link that would show me where you could buy this beautiful thing, so I'm wondering if they haven't managed to get it into production. But what glorious idea - and if anyone finds where to ... To be honest, I couldn't find any viable link that would show me where you could buy this beautiful thing, so I'm wondering if they haven't managed to get it into production. But what glorious idea - and if anyone finds where to buy it, please contact me and let me know! Here's the blurb from the originating website so you can see how wonderful an idea this is... "The Bloom device is meant to be a subversive and inspirational tool for our concrete jungles. Similar to the tuft of a dandelion as the wind carries the seedling, Bloom proposes a way of dispersing seedlings with bubbles and bicycling. Seeds are co-mingled with a bubble mixture and upon pedaling to your destination , you release the floating seeds which land in cracks and crevices throughout the city streets. Over time, the seeds grow into flowers and plants to create a green "fringe" to our sidewalks and streets. Using natural ingredients; vegetable based soap and seeds, combine together to make a dissolving "nugget". The resulting mixture resides in a reservoir inside Blooms aluminum housing. The housing is attached to the lower frame near the rear tire, similar to a exhaust pipe. Upon pedalling, air enters the front of Bloom and spins a pinwheel inside which picks up a small drop of the seed/bubble mixture and blows a bubble carrying a seed out the back as "exhaust". Inspiration comes from the tale of Johnny Appleseed, where he would spread seeds everywhere he went planting apple trees for future generations."