Sack Gardens

  • Sack gardens are plants that are grown in a bag.

  • Rocks are in the center and fertile soil surrounds the rocks.

  • Vegetables and herbs are planted in holes cut around the sack on the bottom and middle. They are also planted on top.

  • The rock core aerates the roots and absorbs water, creating less waste and faster growth.

  • Plants grow in layers, allowing a variety of crops to be planted (melons on the bottom, peppers in the middle, tomatoes on the top, etc.)


  • You do not need land to grow herbs and vegetables.

  • You can grow multiple crops in a small area.

  • Sack gardening is extremely efficient in areas with water shortages and poor soil quality.

  • Crops grow twice as fast.