From the LA Times comes a green wall constructed from a riddling rack. Created by Anne Phillips of the landscape design and maintenance firm Go Green Gardeners. A Riddling Rack is a piece of timber with slanted holes in which champagne is stored at an angle so yeast could collect in the neck and be removed. Rather than bottles, seedlings are place in the rack.
The construction process is to start from the bottom and insert the seedlings from the rear . The backside is wrapped with coconut coir fibre similar to the type used to line hanging baskets.
The coconut coir fibre is fastened in place with plastic fencing The fiber is held in place with several widths of green plastic fencing. Irrigation can be via watering can or via drip irrigation.
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