Justin Moorton
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A handy vegetable planting calendar and useful guide to growing vegetables for beginners, perfect for those new to vegetable gardening & allotment holders!

A Vegetable Growing Cheat Sheet Infographic is one of the best Infographics created in the How To category. Check out A Vegetable Growing Cheat Sheet now!

When to Seed Calendar - an easy guide to show when to plant vegetables inside your polytunnel. Take a look at our website for more polytunnel tips http://www.northernpolytunnels.co.uk/blog/cat/hobby-polytunnels/post/when-to-seed-calendar/

When to Seed Calendar - an easy guide to show when to plant vegetables inside your polytunnel. Take a look at our website for more polytunnel tips www.

Plastic Bottle Greenhouse Build Guide I saw this green house idea and thought you all would love it. You can use a lot of recycled parts during the build,

Plastic Bottle Greenhouse Build Guide Plastic Bottle Greenhouse Build Guide I saw this green house idea and thought you all would love it. You can use a lot of recycled parts during the build,

bottle greenhouse

Image 5 of 16 from gallery of Vegetable Nursery House / International Architecture JSC. Courtesy of International Architecture JSC

Five Ways to Grow Edibles Vertically  Growing salads, fruits and herbs vertically not only allows urban dwellers to grow food in small spaces, but follows the permaculture principles of stacking, using renewable resources and making the most of the edge.

Herb & Salad Wall - leafy greens and herbs at your fingertips.look how little room it takes up.I would love to put in a salad/herb wall at our new house.I bet my hubby could build is one.

canopy design added onto existing building - although a bit high to shelter much from wind and rain - it does create nice patterns..

Image 8 of 18 from gallery of Westborough Primary School / Cottrell & Vermeulen Architecture Ltd. Photograph by Anthony Coleman

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an art installation by landscape architects atelier altern, sylvain morin and aurelien zoia, who created this to draw attention to the massive reduction in varieties of salad greens available.