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In this slideshow you can watch the magic of an EarthBox helping to grow cucumbers. Never mind the grass lawn in the background, this box could be on a balcony, rooftop or driveway pavement. All you need is six hours or more of full sunlight.
You may prefer the option of making your own growbox.
Posted by Greenscaper on July 04, 2008 at 10:28 AM in Container Gardening, EarthBox, SIP Tote Boxes, SIPs: Sub-irrigation aka self-watering, Urban Agriculture | Permalink
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