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Written by Vivian McInerny   
Thursday, July 07, 2011

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Plant pouch

As summer turns to autumn, these saddle bag planters by Portland-based Root Pouch will help you transition your garden from outdoor to indoor. The earth-friendly garden bags made of a recycled plastic flexible geotextile can hang over a fence or railing, giving you a vertical garden in a small amount of space. E.H. Prices vary; Root Pouch; rootpouch.com

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Beautiful dreamers

Head in the clouds or feet on the ground? The NW Natural Street of Dreams has both. The five homes, priced from $700,000 to $900,000, are Earth Advantage Certified. That makes the Aug. 6-28 showcase both fancy and earthy. V.M. $12; streetofdreamspdx.com

 

Here's the buzz

An Oregon beekeepers' standby for 114 years, Ruhl Bee Supply is enjoying the current urban homesteading trend that is picking up steam, especially in the Pacific Northwest. If you already have a garden and perhaps some backyard chickens, a beehive is the next step. Ruhl Bee Supply sells beekeeping products including the beautiful English Garden First Year Kit. E.H. 17845 SE 82nd Dr., Gladstone; ruhlbeesupply.com

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