Old manga used to grow vegetables

Manga Farming, by Koshi Kawachi -- .jpg Japanese artist Koshi Kawachi uses old manga collections to plant and grow vegetables. [via Pink Tentacle]


    1. @2: No. Veggies still need a dirt home for the summer.

      Broccoli (as seen in the above photo) gets leggy if you start it inside and too early. I long ago learned my lesson. The stems will be susceptible to rot once planted in the garden.

    1. Space magician heirloom transdimensional sprouts are already taking second chair in my diet, to shoujo nyan reverse-harem rope-work herbs and the exquisite Fujishima Broccolini.

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