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Pictures Name Description
r2.jpg (22555 bytes) First Greenhouse I used trash cans for my nutrient solution.
fe.jpg (18689 bytes) Tomatoes 4 to 6 foot tomato plants growing in 16 ounce solo cups.The blue barrel is the nutrient tank.
fs.jpg (22832 bytes) Test Hydroponic System Assorted plants in waist high hydroponic system. After growing like this for a few years now I can't believe that I use to get down on my hands and knees and dig in the dirt to try to get something to grow.
hdch.jpg (21510 bytes) Chives Chives will continue to grow for years if you keep cutting them. I'm looking for a chive wholesaler who can move a ton of this herb.
ivyroots.jpg (15406 bytes) Ivy Roots It's ok to let the roots grow outside the solo cup but snip off any that try to grow down the pipe.
11botsys.jpg (12373 bytes) Top View This is the same garden as the original 11 plant garden but with no leaks. It's a little larger but you can sit it on a table and put the tank underneath. Here is the parts list and where they go.
EdsGarden.jpg (18072 bytes) Gurgle Garden Ed's fancy version of the Gurgle Garden.

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