Join Our Live Interactive Vertical Garden Class and Learn How to Grow More Food in Less Space!


Welcome to our upcoming Vertical Gardening class! If you’re looking to grow more food in a smaller space, this April 4, 2023 online class is for you. Vertical gardening is a practical and innovative way to maximize your garden’s potential, regardless of how much space you have available. SEE MY CATTLE PANEL VERTICAL VIDEO HERE.

Scarlet runner beans are edible as well as beautiful and best of all they grow quickly and you can save the seeds.

In our interactive class, we will explore the basics of vertical gardening, including selecting the right plants, creating the perfect environment, and maintaining healthy crops. You will learn how to design and build your own vertical garden from scratch, and we’ll provide you with tips and tricks to keep your plants thriving throughout the growing season.

One of the great benefits of vertical gardening is that it allows you to grow more food in a smaller area than traditional gardening methods. This is especially important for those living in urban environments or with limited outdoor space. With vertical gardening, you can create a thriving garden on a balcony, patio, or even inside your home.

But vertical gardening is not just for those with limited space. Even if you have a large garden, adding a vertical element can create visual interest and provide a new challenge for your gardening skills. Plus, vertical gardens can be a great way to add privacy or shade to an outdoor area.

Not only is vertical gardening practical, but you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing that you’re providing fresh, healthy produce for yourself and your family.

Cucumbers readily sprawl up a simple string vertical garden. Here, my grandaughter Mali is picking cucumbers

Whether you’re a seasoned gardener or new to gardening altogether, our live, interactive Vertical Gardening Camp will provide you with the knowledge and skills you need to grow your own delicious and nutritious food in a space-efficient and environmentally friendly way. We hope you SIGN UP NOW and look forward to seeing you in class!

When I was visiting Fort Chipewyan in Northern Alberta I saw these beautiful TeePee poles and imagined them as a gorgeous Vertical garden. Many of the residents of Fort Chipewyan are Mikisew Cree First Nation, Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation, and Fort Chipewyan Métis