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Benefits of the Garden Arch

August 1, 2013 , , ,

My visit with Michael Ray yesterday was fun and informative. Here he tells us about the benefits of the Nursetree Garden Arch:

I am impressed with his continual learning and improvement of his invention.  I have been through the prototype process with Floatli and know it is both fun and frustrating.  You can only learn through experiment.  I believe Michael has created a wonderful tool desert gardeners will be needing more and more.  A dozen years ago I bought 5 acres in Oracle, AZ with a gushing well, thinking I would grow food. When I sold the property last year the well was almost depleted for household use.  In a way I was lucky I did not plant a big orchard and then loose the water for it.  Today I garden in the city with an eye toward conservation of every kind.  The garden arch is an innovative way to save water and grow food.

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Garden arches are really interesting..and the Nursetree Garden Arch sounds way cool.. and would be helpful in terms of being a natural addition

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Stevie Wilson (@LAStory)

August 2, 2013

Next Michael will visit my secret garden where will will decide where mine will go.

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mermaidcamp

August 2, 2013

I love learning about gardening as my thumb is any colour but green, no matter how I try. Would love to see pictures when you get your’s set up in your secret garden

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Rebecca

August 7, 2013

Thanks, Rebecca. I was always a lucky and happy gardener, but the climate has surely made things more difficult. I do plan to show how I use it here, and am excited. We need to confer about the location.

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mermaidcamp

August 7, 2013

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