Sunday, March 11, 2007

Garden-in-the-Sky Concept saves Time and Effort

1. This garden-in-the-sky concept saves precious space in your small high-rise apartment.

2. Use a corner of your open balcony to catch free sunshine and rainwater to save your utilities bill.

3. Easy to care and no parasitic weeds to remove, and thus save a lot of your precious time and effort.

4. A place for you to enjoy some nature without having to walk to a park, and therefore save you a lot more time and effort.

5. Please don't try this garden-in-the-sky concept when you already have your garden on the ground 'coz you're already wasting too much time and effort on your landed property. Heeheehee!


2 comments:

Flori said...

Hello, Vincent!

Thank you for visiting sugoistuff and for reading my article. No, this is not an obligatory reply. I did (and will) enjoy reading your posts!

I certainly like this idea of a "garden in the sky." I used to have one when I was living in an apartment (well I was on the first floor so it didn't exactly fall under the "sky" category). Alas, I don't think I have a green thumb. Poor plants!

Anyway, I love your daughter's piggy bank collection! It's great that as a parent you encourage her to endeavor in something worthwhile.

Thanks again, Vincent!

Vincent Yeo said...

hi Flori,

you're most welcome, and thank you for visiting my blog and leaving a comment here.

please try the garden-in-the-sky concept again when you have another opportunity and i bet this time around, you'll be able to grow some nice plants.

have a nice day.

vincent yeo