It is made of collapsible pallet edge based boxes, and a few other items to create sub-irrigated garden systems. No, I had never done this before but I felt compelled to get involved with something important and built it. I learned how to use Sketchup and first created a 3D model of my design. Follow my journey…
The Garden of Destiny Photos
These are my personal links regarding this project for growing season 2016 and my first sub-irrigated, raised-bed planters, (all nine of them).
- PROEFtuin Delft- General Photos
- My Garden Fresh Meals
- Google presentation – when I first got inspired to create this garden, I put together a presentation of my interests.
- Garden Planning App – Zukeeni – highly recommend
- Sustainable Seed Co. – I was overzealous and imported my seeds from Cali. Huge carbon footprint guilt afterwards so I will have to go closer to home next time. As far as an amazing company, they are pretty much on point in every way.
- Warentuin.nl – where I got my pond liner, and a few other things. They were above and beyond excellent and helpful.
- Pallet-handel.nl – just tell them you want the same as Lucy’s Garden of Destiny and they will definitely know.
- Joosten Kunststoffen – closest place to buy drainage tubes. These you can get anywhere.
End of week 1 – March 13, 2016
First day – Wednesday, March 5, 2016
Interesting Garden/Engineering Projects
Sub-irrigated Planters (S.I.P.)
- The Albo Pepper Planter Project I’m recreating in my own way.
- Zero Power, Self-Watering, Self-Regulating Container Garden (discovered online)
- Best videos for Sub-irrigated Planters – MUST SEE
- How to Build a Raised Planter Bed (out of salvaged materials).
- Extremely low-maintenance indoor cucumber experiment – Krakte
- Self Irrigated Planters
- How to build a dew catcher. Very interesting concept I will be playing with.
- Demotech – focused on repurposing items, especially for agricultural use in third world countries.
- How to tie knots.
- Growing experiments – youtube channel