|This Earthan Bed is buried in the ground.|
I believe this design could be utilized on a commercial scale to save water in California
|My Dutch Bucket Hydroponic garden is being tested for leaks and is ready to be planted|
|Earthan Beds with lettuce and water cress.|
This uncovered cold frame helps to get germination started when it's cold.
|Looking back across an Eathan Bed toward the vertical garden, and wicking barrels.|
All of my Earthan Beds receive bio-nutrient rich water which returns to a sump tank after flowing beneath the garden beds.
|Asparagus and beans planted in the Hugelkultur Bed|
|These squash were started in Soil Blocks then transplanted into baskets which protect from gophers|
Soil blocks are basically free.
They protect starts from transplant shock, and from becoming root bound.
|After removing a dead tree, I gained a sunny spot for a new garden. I used old plywood to create a walkway. This garden will get some run off, so I built a dam at the edges to capture and store the water in the soil.|
|This 30"60" vertical garden contains 48 lettuce plants.|
I made it out of drain pipe, evapoative cooler pad, and an old bath tub
|Lettuce growing in a Kratky bed. It does not get much simpler than this. Fill it, seed it and, and forget it.|
|This Earthan Bed is planted with garlic and a volunteer California Poppy|
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|Earthan Beds - This one has spinach|
|Chard and a tiny agapanthus growing in an Earthan Bed.|
Each Earthan Bed has a 4" pipe in the center is where I feed my table scrapes to the worms.
|Radishes and a sage plant in another Earthan Bed|
|Hugelkultur bed with cilantro, and lemon balm|