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One of my little get back on the wagon projects this spring is putting a small green wall of herbs for cooking in the normally unheated north facing conservatory off my kitchen. Has anyone done something like this? I am imagining perhaps a dozen herbs in felt type pockets with growing matter, perhaps with a drip feed watering system that can be turned on every day or two. Any experiences or comments would be welcome. Thinking about something like a smaller version of this: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Jazooli-Planting-Hanging-Vertical-Planter/dp/B075KKP9SJ/ Ferdinand
Working this up into something that I think will work well. I think this is the best rack I have seen with mesh shelves, modular, strong, adjustable, available in various sizes and not too expensive. I think it is powder coated. Will take 10kg per shelf. Risk of rust but could just be resprayed. https://www.amazon.co.uk/SONGMICS-Stackable-Organiser-Adjustable-LMR08B This version has 7.5m run of shelves. Dimensions are .74m wide by .3m front to back. Will happily take full or half size normal seed trays. Would be possible to mount grow lights or a watering system. I would see it being used with one lot of microveg / herbs growing and eaten, and another one germinating in another lot of trays next to it - varied for each item depending on timings. Ferdinand