New Home Gardening Concept for Patios and Lanais
Dec 01, 2011 01:15PM
Victory Gardens were a phenomenon during World Wars I and II that allowed citizens at home to feed themselves while devoting resources to armies fighting overseas. Today, as we pursue self-sustainability by reducing energy and carbon footprints and making maximum use of living space, we can use lanais, patios or other areas to grow fruits, vegetables, spices, herbs and flowers, using the innovative, Naples-based Victory Patio Gardening concept.
The system makes maximum use of limited space via freestanding structures that position three layers of six separate, five-inch-wide by four-inch-deep rain gutters that serve as growing trays. The two-foot-wide model has 12 square feet of growing space; the six-footer offers 36 square feet. Delivery and setup with potting mix service can also be provided.