I share with you what I feel has to be the easiest, least expensive, most productive, expandable bucket gardening system. By following this system you can start with a single plant and expand your garden to unlimited number of plants that always get just the right amount of water through this self-watering system. You simply “plant it and pick it”. RESOURCES: – 3 Inch Net Pot: www.amazon.com – Mini Float Valve: www.amazon.com – 1/2 in. x 50 ft. Drip Watering Hose: www.homedepot.com – 5/8 in. Neoprene Grommet: www.homedepot.com – 1/2 in. FNPT x 3/4 in. FHT PVC Swivel: www.homedepot.com – Reflectix 25-ft x 16-in Radiant Barrier: www.lowes.com – Rainwater Collection System: www.youtube.com – Off-Grid Self-Watering Container Gardening System: Growing Organic: www.youtube.com – Back To Eden Gardening System: www.youtube.com
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Paul Harfleet’s Pansy Project comes to Graz, Austria for The Truth Is Concrete Marathon Camp. He is joined by the guerrilla gardener Richard Reynolds who documents his walk, planting pansies to mark acts of homophobic abuse and discrimination.