gorgeous vertical garden on the cover, designed by Flora Grubb Gardens and made with Woolly Pockets. It even has bromeliads!
pallet gardens decked out with glistening bromeliads and dripping with ferns!
Garden Up! by Susan Morrison and Rebecca Sweet! It's been on back-order at my bookstore, but you can still purchase it over at Amazon.com.
UPDATE! Mark and Gaz alerted me to a new blog post from one of my favorite blogs, The Tumbleweed Traveller! Have you ever admired the massive living walls of the legendary Patrick Blanc but thought they were impossible to create yourself? Wrong! The wall planted above was homemade! I remember seeing a post on this DIY vertical garden before, but it looks like he's finally shared how to make one. Thanks, Jamie!
Last but not least, here are the entries for this month's Epiphyte Day!
-Tropical Texana posts about an unusual "little" bromeliad hybrid that's not very little at all.
-Kim of Garden in Paradise shares her wealth of Tillandsias, right from her own backyard!
-Candy "Sweetstuff" shows how a strawberry planter can be used for succulents and epiphytes too!
-Cats and Catts (I still love that name) posts about some of the toughest and most interesting orchids around: Oncidiums!
- Tropical Vertical Garden
- Balcony Makeover
- The Epiphyte Balcony
- Does This Make My Balcony Look Bigger?
- Epiphytes for Small Spaces