GREEN WALLS for vertical gardening
Have limited space? Consider a vertical garden through using a GREEN WALL! Vertical gardening is all about growing upward to make the most of your growing space, AND you can use it inside or out! As part of your garden this year, plant and grow an extra row or wall of your favourite produce and donate the harvest to the London Food Bank.
Home walls: The first 50 to register for the Plant a Row, Grow a Row in 2021 will receive a 7-pocket GREEN WALL (size 12" x 40"). If you sign up by June 20th, we'll even deliver a green wall to your doorstep! If you are not one of the first 50, please register as we will still send you some information on how to build your own vertical garden.
Larger walls are available for groups as well.
THANKS FOR SHARING!
(Please note: if you live in an apartment and are considering using a balcony, please check with your landlord before you start!)
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