Well almost. Awhile back I was researching gardening. I've always been the kind of guy who is well intentioned with growing my own food but the execution, well ... it all seems like too much work and in the end something else takes priority. If this sounds like you, or you're just looking for a different, dare I say better way to grow your next garden then you might want to check this out. GLOBAL BUCKETS Global Buckets is a gardening system developed by two teens from Boulder Colorado. Here are the benefits of their system. Each garden or "Global Bucket" is made from two food grade 5 gallon pails All you need are the two pails, a few drill bits, some pipe and a plastic bag Very low water usage as evaporation rates are drastically reduced compared to gardening in raised beds or the earth NO weeding! (none) Cheap to set up (you can get 5 gallon food grade pails for free from restaurants who have to get rid of these things all the time. The rest of the components are cheaaaap) With little (mostly self) watering and no weeding the maintenance on these is very low They yield an impressive amount of vegetables for their cost, time and space they take up Anyways, a video is worth a thousand of my words so just go check it out! Global Buckets I would recommend you watch the 3:29 long video ( it's the second video down on the right-top area of the home page) and you will know whether this is for you or not. If that video grabs you, then work your way down, you will be impressed. As for me. I am setting up a small array (5-10) of these global buckets in the spring to test it out. Let me know what you think.