Epicurious discovers a new way to garden, in Pockets!

May 13, 2010

When it comes to cooking tasty food, nothing is more important than starting with fresh ingredients. You can’t get much fresher than picking herbs and vegetables growing inside your kitchen! With a few strategically placed Wallys, you can create a space saving and beautiful indoor herb or vegetable garden on any kitchen wall. That’s the exact conclusion Lauren Salkeld came to when she first came across Woolly Pocket. She writes on epicurious.com:

Since the moment I heard about Woolly Pockets, a line of hanging plant containers made of soft felt, I’ve been harboring fantasies of filling my tiny New York apartment with them, creating what the company calls living walls or vertical gardens. I can just imagine my kitchen wall covered in pockets of herbs, cherry tomatoes, maybe even some small hot peppers.

We couldn’t agree more! The article also has links to some excellent tips on choosing and growing herbs and vegetables. Thanks for the great article Lauren, and for letting your readers know about our Woolly School Garden program.

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