“One of the tidiest and relatively easy to assemble and use, vertical growing arrangements (I watched the video online), was in use in the garden. The Vertigro Vertical Allotment consists of a wooden base that supports a metal ladder and three metal holders that are strong enough to hold a grow-bag or bag of compost. You cut holes in the bag once it is in the metal ‘sandwich’ and plant in plug plants of your choice – herbs, salads, oriental veg, strawberries and tumbling tomatoes or flowers. The main metal is weather-resistant and the whole vertical arrangement is designed to withstand strong winds, especially on balconies and…” read more
November 11th 2011 at 3pm Vertigro Vertical Allotments features on the fabulous Alan Titchmarsh show Where he and Sven Wombell are discussed viewers problem gardens! If you miss it watch it on ITV player….
Vertigro was featured in this weeks Daily Mirror. Possibly the most high profile exposure yet for Vertigro, it was featured in the ‘Savvy spacesavers’ section of the Daily Mirror’s eight page supplement for The Edible Garden Show.
Sponsored by the paper, The Edible Garden Show is happening over the weekend of 18-20 March at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire.
The EGS is the ultimate grow your own event so come and see us there on stand G29.
For more information visit the Edible Garden Show website.