Growing Vertical in Soda Bottles – The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Extra 30

Joey shows how to make a vertical planting tower using soda bottles and items you already have. tweet out #twvg let us know who is wacthing the show show lin…

13 Responses to “Growing Vertical in Soda Bottles – The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Extra 30”

  1. Well thanks… I really like this bottle gardens… will try it…

  2. WisVeggieGardeners Reply October 30, 2013 at 5:56 pm

    With all the poisons they we could be eating such as roundup that are sprayed on gmo food to kill the weeds and not the food we fill this is the less of to evils yes bpa could leak into the soil but growing a fresh food and knowing it is not sprayed with something out weight the bpa danger and with all the plastic we deal with daily idk how much or less bpa we all take in. thank you for watching also

  3. Hello I’m very new with gardening, never had the green thumb… and seeing these ideas and another bottles vertical gardening looks like I might have a chance… But read also about the danger of the BPA on plastic bottles that may be released with heat and that that could contaminated the plant hence the vegetable to be eaten… what are your thoughts about this?… Thank you…

  4. Awesome!
    After some thought I got two ideas on improving: After filling in the dry soil you can help with the compaction by using a stick as you add soil. And you can speed up self-moisturization process from the container by pouring water into the top of the cylinder (soil that is already moist is much better at, well, moisturizing!) – while you are filling in the soil is probably even better than simply dumping a lot of water on it afterwards.

  5. WisVeggieGardeners Reply October 30, 2013 at 8:04 pm

    Your Welcome it is one of those things that there is no right or wrong way to do it

  6. I never thought of that. I think thats a great idea. it gave me the idea to make one for my strawberries or my beans. yhank for the idea.

  7. really cool. would love to see an update on that with plants in the future!?!?
    thanks, brian

  8. WisVeggieGardeners Reply October 30, 2013 at 10:12 pm

    Yes we will show it on a up coming video and mod it need be also

  9. WisVeggieGardeners Reply October 30, 2013 at 10:33 pm

    Coo,l I think it will work

  10. WisVeggieGardeners Reply October 30, 2013 at 10:50 pm

    Thank you 

  11. ill have to try it

  12. Really cool idea!

  13. BeautyHealthZoneBlog Reply October 31, 2013 at 12:24 am

    I would have liked to see something grown it it. It’s really quite tall.