02 4 / 2013

Yay! Cinder blocks turned mini garden!
I’m a total newb gardener, but I’m excited to give it a try. I like to learn by doing.
My only goal is to grow 1 (1!) thing that we can eat.

Yay! Cinder blocks turned mini garden!

I’m a total newb gardener, but I’m excited to give it a try. I like to learn by doing.

My only goal is to grow 1 (1!) thing that we can eat.

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    Interesting idea cuz you can segregate the weedy ones in the cinder holes….but what are the blocks made of????? That’s...
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  8. runningwithguts said: If you try tomatoes in there, you should plant marigold on the cavities of the cinder blocks! (1) Pretty and (2) will help keep pests away.
  9. bikesbrainsbetterliving said: You can do it! Might I suggest radishes? They grow fast—very rewarding.
  10. victoriafindslife said: Great idea!
  11. almondsofjoy said: What are you going to grow!?
  12. run-doozer-run said: I’m going to give this a shot, too! Great idea :)