Usually when I talk with the Mrs. about starting a garden, she usually rolls her eyes and directs my attention to the remnants of the failed raised bed garden in our backyard. We have been through this at least a few times. First when my oldest was born, when we both had visions of making our own organic baby food. It turns out we had a friend who actually went into business making her own, and our garden never really developed. Next our youngest came around. Since our friend was no longer in the business, I decided to try the square foot gardening method. With poor planning, our garden quickly became overrun by weeds. So this time when I mentioned to the Mrs. that I wanted to try my hand at gardening again she just pointed to the back yard and politely reminded me of my previous failures.
Well the joke is on her this time! A few months ago I decided to take the plunge and purchase some Mr. Stacky vertical gardening pots. I reached out to Mr. Stacky himself and arranged for a product review. After much research, I decided that vertical gardening would be the way to go for our family. Not only was it supposed to be low maintenance, but there would be very little room required. Based on the setup, I also knew that if it was a horrible failure, I could quickly remove the pots, and there would be no evidence left behind! So what in the world is a Mr. Stacky? Continue reading