A Do-It-Yourself Green Wall : The Barlew Blog

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A Do-It-Yourself Green Wall

by David Barlew, Jr. on 04/11/12

I would love to do something like this (on a much smaller scale) to one of our office's masonry walls. Readers of the Barlew Blog know that I love plants, but I'm currently limited to horizontal surfaces. Something like this garden-in-a-bottle wall-hung system could open up all sorts of new opportunities!

Photo source:

Organic Green Roots. Facebook. 27 September 2011. Web. 11 April 2012. <https://www.facebook.com/Organic.Green.Roots>

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