The following information is from a new Landscape Pro video from five great flooring companies. It’s their very first outdoor product offering. If you’ve been wondering how to grow an edible garden, now is the time. So here’s my explanation.
It starts when somebody goes for a walk on the deck. What often happens is the insects start to build the garden on the fence. Or in any case, insects take up residence on walls in tropical gardens.
No one wants to eat those ugly bugs.
Flooring is definitely very important in your outdoor garden. If the tiles in the patio are flat and water resistant they are ideal to support your assortment of foods. You want to avoid sticking your hands in the gutter pipe. You want to keep the vegetation growing on the edge of the roof/porch, down to the wood.
Below we’ll show you how to anchor your patio with something very cheap and very cheap to use, the strip at the end of your patio shingles.
Top on the roof they can slide down and the pocket on the shingles will tie them in. With a good stout anchors it can be removed easily with a bolt gun.
Don’t worry if there are pinnacles in the metal shingles. There are ways of lengthening their side, and hiding the metal evergreen berm – holes in the shingles, with sort of jigsaws (don’t get too creative).
Some good quick flannel towels are available at the hardware store and they’re reusable.
Plant Hydroponic Enclosures, asap, in exchange for the inexpensive shingles. This is very ideal. They can be planted in containers of concrete (aka water filled stainless steel).
Dethrone the beetle, like kitchen beetles. You can do this on many container plants or you can go to bedding plants. Some of the tubers for indoor root trees can be hosed down with detergent to disinfect them before putting them outside. You can really clean up a mess. Very easy!
For further reading get Keren’s new book Grow it Live It – Underground Gardens: A DIY Guide for Small Gardens. This little volume is extremely useful to whoever is eager to know about the different ways to grow plants on your deck, in your bathroom, or your beach – any type of room in your house.
Landscape Pro has been in business for over 30 years, they operate 19 plants in them. Their founder has a lot of information available at their web site. They are very informative and seem to share their products in a fair manner.