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Re: Uusing used fridges as raised beds

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  • limitcycle@ymail.com
    yea; hazardous chem, life cycle, and load bearing aspects could complicate it
    Message 1 of 4 , Mar 20, 2010
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      yea; hazardous chem, life cycle, and load bearing aspects could complicate it

      --- In pfaf@yahoogroups.com, "giantgardener" <giantgardener@...> wrote:
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      > There was an article in a magazine once (10 yrs ago?) about a man who built a beautiful home entirely from scrap materials. He also built terraced mountainside permie gardens out of used fridges he obtained from the tip, even growing fruit trees in them. He additionally used them for goat and chicken sheds, too. Can't remember which mag it was in, but the man was from either Switzerland or Germany.
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      > Bob Flowerdew, a British gardening guru, also has gardening uses for them, as water buts and storage.
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      > That's all I've ever been able to find so far. Does anyone have further information on this type of gardening? Could be very useful for handicapped gardening. Am wondering about cautions using fridges.
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      > Any references / info on fridge gardens would be useful!
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