Would you like to grow a garden but are short on space? Bring a little bit of green into your home with this lovely indoor vertical garden.
With this charming vertical garden you'll be able to liven up even the tiniest of spaces in your home. Its chalkboard exterior allows you to label every herb and vegetable you plant - adding a rustic yet elegant touch to your new 'green' wall.
The vertical garden's pine frame is made by an Amish community in Indiana and is designed to hold up to 10 different herbs or plants of your choice. Water is evenly distributed throughout the vertical garden so each plant gets adequate moisture. Excess water is collected in a tray that is easy to remove.
No doubt this vertical garden would add a dramatic flair to your dining room, kitchen or any outdoor area. This vertical garden retails for $139.95 and is sold exclusively through Williams-Sonoma.
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