Easiest Vertical Garden with Gutters and Pool Noodle

Easiest Vertical Garden with Gutters and Pool Noodle

Build a ladder system for your vertical garden using downspout garden boxes and pool noodles!
My Etsy shop with my grow boxes and ebook:
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Easiest Vertical Garden with Gutters and Pool Noodle
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  1. Loving this idea!! Do the plants not suffer from a lack of oxygenation in the roots? I am new to this gardening stuff, definitely going to build one of these ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. I love your system. So easy and great for small spaces. What exact variety is that green stem bok choy you showed us? I love spinach but I canโ€™t get it to grow successfully hydroponically, but my bok Choy always germinates and thrives! I might just need to switch over from trying to grown spinach to that green stem variety.

  3. WoW!! Everything looks great Mike! I ordered your new container grow system and have me some Romaine lettuce growing in one now. I'll post a picture soon ๐Ÿ™‚
    My health lately has been knocking me for a loop, I have Fibromyalgia and it effects primary my legs, hard to stand for long periods of time, so I'm behind on a lot but slowly trying. My gosh the pain sometimes, ugh Question, I'm sure it's in one of your videos, but since I'm writing, Lol, what is your Master blend mix that you use. I've been using 12gr MB 12gr CN and 6gr ES in a 5 gallon bucket. I believe you use less, right! Does it really make a difference ๐Ÿค” I keep my PH as close to 6.0 as possible.
    Great video, I appreciate what you do!
    Hope y'all have a great week ๐ŸŒž

  4. I watched you cut & insulate the bucket…Great idea btw!!! But I see the bucket is in a large grey tote. Rationale? Extra water? Keep it from falling over?

  5. Mike I built a couple of the downspout containers and the Pok Choy grew like crazy. Found out my wife can't stand the taste of it, what else could I try in those downspouts ? We live in South Central Texas near San Antonio. Our boxes are located on our back porch rails.

  6. You always show the most amazing things Mr. Mike. Moving that rack out front is doing awesome! I hear ya on the shipments. Seems to be taking warehouses way longer to get shipped out. Stay safe my friend and give Mrs. Keely a hug from us. Hope you two have a great week!

  7. THANK YOU! ๐Ÿฅฐ Got my order of the multipac microgreens from your Etsy, o/ yay! ALSO, just got some fine grade vermiculite in today and finally got a chance to set up a few microgreen seeds, on a terrafiber 5×5 square in the little Dollar Store container. I found that if I cut into the short side of the lid for the container it was exactly the width of 1/3 of those Dollar Tree Shamwow cloths (cut on their long side). So now we'll see what happens. ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฟ๐Ÿ‘
    โ“ How many terrafibers layers should I put down to protect the majority of the roots from damage when pulled out… so that they can be ready for transplanting into a Kratky container in a week or two without accidentally embedding themselves in the Shamwow cloth at the bottom?

  8. Love the look and functionality of the ladder system. Your channel has so much information that I don't even know where to start…. that's a good thing ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘