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Build A Vertical Garden

By Edited Dec 4, 2016 0 0

Do you have only a little space in you're your backyard?If landscaping detail seems to be particularly difficult because of a cluttered backyard or due to limited space but yet you want to do some planting and growing then maybe the vertical garden should be something you should consider.

Vertical Gardening

Vertical gardens are also good ideas for people who want to put up privacy screens in their backyard landscaping. Many people opt to plant tall shrubs or trees however vertical gardening offers the same benefits of privacy but with extra benefits such as being able to use vertical space for growing items like vegetables, herbs, or flowers.

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Do you have only a little space in you're your backyard?If landscaping detail seems to be particularly difficult because of a cluttered backyard or due to limited space but yet you want to do some planting and growing then maybe the vertical garden should be something you should consider.

Vertical Gardening

Guide To Vertical Gardening
Vertical gardens are also good ideas for people who want to put up privacy screens in their backyard landscaping.Many people opt to plant tall shrubs or trees however vertical gardening offers the same benefits of privacy but with extra benefits such as being able to use vertical space for growing items like vegetables, herbs, or flowers.

A vertical vegetable garden is actually quite an interesting concept because it is so unique and so space saving.Often you can buy hanging tomato plants from the store but with a vertical garden system you will find that growing hanging plants from the top may be just as handy.

You can easily build a vertical garden with a base of underground vegetables at the bottom followed by herbs and flowers at waist level followed by hanging fruits and from above.The top of your vertical garden planting panel can then be finished off with plants that do not need much work such as foliage for fill and privacy.

Of course to plant a vertical garden you need to install an adequate planting panel for your plants, vegetables, and flowers to climb.The panel should be as high as you want it to be and should have the support capacity to hold full plants which are often planted from the top rather than the bottom.Some planting panels may not have the ability to hold a pot from the top so make sure you design your system before you try to make a vertical garden.

Building A Vertical Garden

DIY vertical gardens are almost always as successful as the amount of planning you put into them.If you want privacy from your system then make sure to plan for using plants that provide full coverage of your planting panel.Conversely if you are using vertical garden systems for the functional use of vegetable gardening in a small space make sure your panel can support the weight of soil and fruit from the upper areas of the panel. Adequate support must be in place to keep the garden upright during all weather as well.

Despite the significant planning process of designing a vertical garden you do benefit from the obvious decorative nature of the final process.Even the most simplistic living walls are quite beautiful and they are very functional as an insulator and as a landscaping device.Assuming you enjoy the outdoors and all that plant have to offer building a vertical garden in your backyard should be well worth your time.

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