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Stand Up Gardening - Part 2

In Part 1, which you can view HERE, I showed you my neighbors Stand Up Garden.


This is Part 2 which will show what I found doing a Google search for Stand Up Gardening using different construction materials! 


In most of the following pictures the beds are still too low to garden from a standing position, but they can easily be made higher.
Photo link and Instructions are HERE

Photo link is HERE

Photo link and Instructions are  HERE

Photo and Instructions link is HERE. 
If you like pre-made this is a good selection.

Photo link HERE

Photo link and Instructions are HERE

This link is strictly for FUN! 
Click HERE to see some different and innovative gardening ideas!

I hope you've gotten some ideas to make your 
gardening more enjoyable...Next Thursday I'll be showing Wheelchair Gardening Ideas!

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18 comments:

  1. Loved your pictures - I wish we could garden in our backyard! We have a tropical motif behind the pool but the rest in concrete.. I did love the concrete retainer wall on one of the pictures - we used those for our Desert tortoise's run - they are decorative and heavy enough to stay.
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  2. This is excellent and you know I'd share it with my husband but I'm toooo afraid I go outside and see the arial version hanging from our electric lines or the trough style. LOL I'm keeping this my little secret from him.

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  3. Grace, you make me laugh...I agree, there are certain things that we must never let our husbands know!

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  4. I would love to have container gardens....they're so neat. It's looking like rain here and if it does it will be the first in several weeks...we've been having to water our garden!

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  5. We've been getting all your rain...on the opposite side, we usually have to start hand watering around the end of April, but because of all the rain we didn't start hand watering until this week...hope you get your storm!

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  6. Me too Deb! It's hot and dry here! I love container gardens. I wish I had the patience. Great interview over at Mommy LaDy Club Becky Jane! http://homesandbabies.blogspot.com

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  7. NYOAgent, it was a fun interview, thanks!

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  8. This would be my dream garden in another life. Awesome pics. Love your all your gardening tips on vB and here.
    have a Great awesOme Day!!! Barbara,
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  9. Wow what an idea using a hammock!! I have never seen that one! Great pictures and information Becky Jane!~Lisa

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  10. I love gardening, barely done anything this summer. i will share some pics soon.

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  11. i love the plants in the hammock! :)

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  12. This was a fun read, and I love the pictures! I'm getting ready to help my girl do some gardening. I like the idea of not breaking my back in the process, though I'm not sure I can handle a retaining wall. The inspiration is great! Perhaps I'll think of an adaptation. Thanks for sharing this!

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  13. Great ideas. My husband wants to start a home garden. I added your button to my blog sidebar.

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  14. love that giant metal feeding "container"!

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  15. The hammock plants are wild! What a neat idea!

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  16. What a novel idea. This takes "reasonable accommodations" to a new level!

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