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Meine neue Kräuter - Leiter :-)

Meine neue Kräuter - Leiter :-)
Meine neue Kräuter - Leiter. :-)
Bisher allerdings nur mit Basilikum bestückt, aber da kommen in den nächsten Tagen sicher noch weitere Kräuter hinzu. Aufgrund des Standorts auf meinen Balkon in Richtung Süden vermutlich eher mediterrane Sorten...
Und ja, ich geb's zu, nicht selbst gebaut (dafür bin ich motorisch echt zu ungeschickt. Ja,ruhig!), sondern beim Aldi für 29,99 EUR gekauft. Viel günstiger wäre es bei den aktuellen Preisen für Holz aber wohl auch nicht selbst gebaut.... :=)

Domino: Blumentöpfe auf einem Balkon.
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 Weard Bültena
Weard Bültena club
Moin,
tolle Arbeit.
Weard
2 months ago.
ୱ Kiezkickerde ( ͡°… club
has replied to Weard Bültena club
LOL. Die "Arbeit" bestand im wesentlichen darin, 16 Abstandshalter und 16 Schrauben in die Töpfe und Leiter zu drehen und das Basilikum umzupflanzen, lol.
2 months ago.
 Xata
Xata club
Basilicum... with tomatos and burrata...
Lovely way to present the pots and also save place I guess
2 months ago.
ୱ Kiezkickerde ( ͡°… club
has replied to Xata club
Yes, great for narrow balconies, you can fit much more than with flower boxes.
But I have already noticed one disadvantage: it is much easier to water flower boxes on the ground than these pots with relatively little soil. In addition, they have to be planted and kept absolutely balanced - otherwise the water will flow straight out of the top when you water it, before it can sufficiently penetrate the dry soil. I will have to do some more work on this, I think. Maybe by tightening the screws a bit more so that the pots can't swing freely, we'll see....

And most of the basillicum will be used on selfmade pizza... Or as "topping" on tomatoes. But I really do consume a lot of basil, which is why the other pot already looks relatively "tattered". :D
2 months ago.

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