ISSUE 31  |  Cabins & Camping

An Edible Garden on Wheels

May 06, 2013 3:00 PM

BY Michelle Slatalla

I love a garden I can push around.

Thank you, Santa Monica-based FoodMap Design, for a planter on wheels–easy to move indoors if the weather is bad or just to the far end of the patio, to get a few more hours of sunlight:

Above: A FoodMap Container, made from recycled milk jugs, has a contoured drainage system and reservoir to prevent plants from sitting in standing water. Available in two sizes, it costs from $139 to $149 from FoodMap Design.

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Above: A weather-resistant frame of metal tubing and rubber casters make the planter a practical choice for both outdoor or indoor use.