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gretel's Herb and kitchen window garden

Garden Type: Herb | Sun: Partial Sun | Soil: Potting Mix | Established: 2007

I had some spare pavers, so I killed off the first line row of my lawn along the retaining wall near the kitchen window and door. Now the pavers have been laid, a potted garden of sorts is now across them, using both pots and recycled material like old foam eskies used for fruit.

Its small at the moment but will eventually have green shadecloth ‘curtains’ across the garden to protect it in the full summer sun. (Their are brackets already in place along the pillars).

Located in Perth, Australia, gretel's Herb and kitchen window garden is an outdoor garden that currently contains 1 plants.

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