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If you decide to build your own, please usethis guide in conjunction with my notes below. There is lots of scope to adapt the idea in other ways, too – I’d love to hear from you ifyou decide to experiment..
The first thing you will need is a plastic tray with drainage holes in it to hold the whole thing together..
If the terracotta pot accidentally runs dry, re-fill it with water and re-water the individual plant pots to re-establish the wicking..
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We sell a wide range of automatic watering solutions suitable for a number of watering tasks. Automatic watering takes the chore out of watering yourgarden or patio, giving you more time to enjoy your beloved garden. It is also the ideal for watering your plants whilst you are away..
The economy version of this is to buy a bag of potting soil, punch holes in it and plant. Make them big holes or watering could be challenging.Needless to say, these are one-season gardens..
I’m guessing you can most likely use any absorbent material, maybe even newspaper (which will eventually degrade, but who cares, itsrecyclable), but I haven’t tried it yet, so if you’re keen to experiment, give it a go and send me some feedback!..
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Since the moisture wicks up from the bottom, and the plants roots will grow towards the source of moisture, the sedlings develop a deep, strong andextensive root system. Be careful because they will grow really well, and will set roots into the capillary matting!..
The third component required, a small terracotta pot, the one used here is a 5″ (13cm) wide pot..
Or you can try the new garbage bag gardens - large specially treated plastic bags that hold up to 11 gallons of soil. Just lay them on the deck andadd fertilizer, plants, and water. If you plant trailing and spreading plants they will cover the bags so that no one will ever know your garden isgrowing on a plastic bag. The big ones have enough soil holding capacity that you can plant veggies, too..